Hatters Rated: Luton Town v Wrexham
Mark Tyler: 7 - Important save to keep the score goalless in the opening seconds as a routine evening followed for yet another clean sheet.
Fraser Franks: 8 - New boy looks like he’s been part of Luton’s back four for years.
Steve McNulty: 8 - Imperious as ever and so consistent, while little bits of skill from the big man have endeared him to the Kenilworth Road faithful.
Jake Howells: 8.5 - Former Wales U21 is in a rich vein of form, time for a full cap?
Scott Griffiths: 8.5 - Noticeably impressed at full-back with a number of great tackles and headed clearances.
Cameron McGeehan: 8 - Teenager was as tenacious as ever in Luton’s fluidic midfield.
Luke Guttridge: 8.5 - Mercurial midfielder took his goals brilliantly and was a constant menace to the Wrexham defence.
Ronnie Henry: 8 - Skipper was virtually a wing-back at times and put striker Benson’s goal on a plate for him.
Paul Benson: 8 - Target man is the focal point on which Luton pivot as he netted one of the easier goals of his career.
Andre Gray: 8 - Livewire striker took his goal with the confidence of a man in form - just how many more will he get this season?
Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu: 8 - Powerful midfielder has so much promise as sides are unable to cope with his surges through the middle.
Jon Shaw (sub): 7 - Striker was keen to put himself about, and virtually everyone wishes his late effort had been the other side of the net.
Alex Lawless (sub): 6.5 - So much talent, but how can John Still possibly tinker with his side in this form?
Matt Robinson (sub): 6 - Harsh to find himself on the bench, but shows a real professional attitude when he comes on.
Ratings by Mark Wood