Luton manager Robert Edwards has hailed Zimbabwean international Marvelous Nakamba for his professionalism since his loan move from Aston Villa on the January transfer window deadline day.
The 29-year-old has started the last seven Championship matches in the holding midfield role. Luton Today quoted Edwards as saying:
It’s really important and he’s such a good lad, he walks around and he’s so humble, so happy.
He’s such a good professional though, and I can see when we are having meetings, or going through set pieces, whatever it might be, the level of detail.
He’s asking questions, he’s picking up, you can really see his professionalism and why he’s played at the level he’s played at, and why he’s performing so well for us as well.
He’s been terrific for us, and long may that continue as well.
When loan players come in, there’s got to be something that they are going to get from it as well.
It can’t just be all about us and the club, it’s got to work both ways, and I think certainly in his situation, and Cody’s (Drameh) as well, it’s working well for both parties.
It gets them the football, but it really helps us as well, as a club.
A permanent transfer for Nakamba appears unlikely due to wages, plus a potential transfer fee, unless that is, Luton Town are promoted to the premiership, according to Luton Today.
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