Sam Walker insists it is far too early in the season to look at the League Two table.

But the Colchester United keeper admits that it is important that they chalk up their first win of the new campaign sooner rather than later – and is targeting the milestone at Luton Town tomorrow.

The U’s picked up their first point of the season when they played out a 1-1 draw with Stevenage last weekend.

That result followed hot on the heels of a 3-1 defeat at Accrington Stanley and keeper Walker says they are eager to emulate their result at Luton last season and win at Kenilworth Road.

Walker told the Daily Gazette: “We’ll go to Luton full of confidence.

“We’ll be looking to channel the confidence that we showed in both of our games against Luton last year into this weekend’s match.

“The game at Luton on Boxing Day was definitely one of my favourites for us, last year.

“We’re looking to get that first win under our belts.

“It’s still very early in the season but it will be nice to get that first win off our backs.

“The win has not come yet but I think our performances have been solid and steady.

“I think it’s probably fair to say that we’ve lacked a bit of a cutting edge in both boxes so far and we know that we must take our chances when they come along.

“The Accrington Stanley result was very disappointing for us but that game could easily have gone a different way had we taken our chances when they came along and we had defended a bit better.

“I think in our division, it’s very rare to have one side on top and another struggling.

“I don’t think the table at this early stage of the season is a true reflection of things.

“I think it takes at least five to ten games for the league to really take shape.

“If you look at what the likes of ourselves and Exeter City did last year in terms of turning the season around, it’s too early to read too much into things.”

Walker, 25, first arrived at Colchester on loan in 2013 but plenty of players came and went from the Weston Homes Community Stadium, this summer.

“We’ve had a bit of transition this summer in terms of players coming in and players going out but it’s the same for everyone,” added the ex-Chelsea youngster.

“That’s modern-day football now and in every transfer window, there seems to be a bit of a merry-go-round.

“The guys who have come into our club have all settled in very well and I think it’s a very good changing room to come into.”