FORMER Colchester United hero George Moncur will be looking for a new club, this summer.

The 27-year-old midfielder, who memorably scored the vital goal against Preston North End to keep the U's in League One on the final day of the 2014-15 season, is one of four players at Championship club Luton Town to be told they will not be offered new contracts when their current deals expire.

Kazenga LuaLua, Harry Isted and Brendan Galloway will also leave the Hatters on June 30, when their existing contracts end.

Moncur made nearly 100 league and cup appearances for Colchester after joining them from West Ham United, in the summer of 2014.

He left the U's in June, 2016 to join Barnsley for a six-figure fee, following Colchester's relegation to League Two.

In a statement on the Luton Town website, the Championship club said: "We thank all of the players who are leaving us for their effort and commitment during their time as Hatters, which has included promotion to the Championship and establishing the Club back in the second tier of English football.

"George and Kazenga especially will forever be remembered as fans' favourites for the crucial goals they both scored in the League One title win, the Great Escape of 2019-20 and in helping the team secure a top half position in the season just ended.

"They will always be welcome visitors back to Kenilworth Road and everyone at Luton Town wishes them success in their future career."