The veteran centre-back started his senior career at the Hatters back in 2003 before going on to play for a host of clubs in England’s top two divisions.
Although he is currently a Rams player, Dunstable Today reports that Davies has said he wants to go back to Luton and play for them one final time before he hangs up his boots for good.
When quizzed about a possible return to Kenilworth Road, Davies said: “Yes, it’s something I’ve always wanted to do.
“If there was ever an opportunity, it would be nice in the future, but the biggest thing for me is to keep playing as long as possible, keep playing at the highest level as long as possible and then we’ll see what happens.
”I said many years ago I’d go and take Luton over as manager when Nathan Jones goes to Barcelona, but he ended up going to Stoke unfortunately and he did it in a bit shorter than my time playing.
“So give me two, three years and I’ll be knocking on Mick Harford’s door seeing if he’ll get me through the back door as manager.”
“It was really, really heartwarming to me and meant a lot, as ultimately some of those fans might be around 20 years old.
“That’s where my roots are and that’s a club I always look for and I’ve always said I would like to potentially get back there one day if it were possible.”
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