Jones will formally start work with the newly-promoted aspect subsequent week after the conclusion of the League One season
Newly-promoted Luton have introduced former Everton and Belgium assistant supervisor Graeme Jones will lead them within the Championship subsequent season.
Jones has agreed a three-year deal at Kenilworth Highway and can begin subsequent week, following the conclusion of the common League One season.
The 49-year-old replaces Mick Harford, who successfully led Luton to the second tier however will step down on the finish of the season.
Jones spent 11 years working as assistant supervisor to Roberto Martinez, having fun with spells at Wigan, Everton and Belgium, and he now takes his first managerial function.
The Hatters’ chief govt officer Gary Candy informed the membership’s official web site: “We’re delighted to be the primary membership to safe the managerial providers of Graeme Jones.
“Graeme is a very highly regarded coach and assistant amongst his peers and has caught our eye over the last few seasons as someone who is very hard-working, very methodical and thorough in his approach, and a coach who sets his teams up in a manner Luton players and supporters will be accustomed to.
“We are very much looking forward to Graeme leading us into our next few chapters as a Championship club.
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“We’ve been extremely fortunate to have Mick at the helm to see the job through, alongside our first team coaching staff.
“They have done a truly wonderful job, with Graeme working in the background, without any thought of interference to the current set-up, to ensure we have a head start with regards to recruitment for next season.”
Jones had been working as assistant manager to Darren Moore at West Brom following their Premier League relegation earlier than they parted firm with their administration group in March.