Luton could continue to be without Dan Potts for the Championship clash against local rivals Watford on Saturday.
The defender has been sidelined following a head injury against Swansea in March and has missed the Hatters’ last five matches.
Potts has also picked up a slight thigh injury in training and remains a doubt for the weekend.
Danny Hylton is likely to remain sidelined with the recurrence of a recent knee injury.
Watford duo Nathaniel Chalobah and William Troost-Ekong are pushing for inclusion in Xisco Munoz’s matchday squad.
The pair were both substituted as a precaution during the Hornets’ 2-0 win at Reading last Friday, and a final decision on their fitness will be made on Friday.
Tom Cleverley has worked hard all week following a knee injury setback and a late call is also expected for the former Manchester United man.
Troy Deeney continues his rehabilitation from an Achilles tear and could return to grass-based training soon.