The 30-year-old Luton striker is in the last year of a two-year deal, but injuries have meant he has barely featured for the Hatters as they have risen to the top of the Skrill Premier table this season.
He has failed to score in seven appearances for Luton this season after a hernia operation and subsequent calf injuries blighted the middle of his season.
After coming on as an 79th-minute sub in Saturday’s win he was adamant he wants to be part of the future at Kenilworth Road.
He said: “I think it’s a little bit make or break for me at the minute. With the stage of the season we’re at, I’m either going to be here and I’m going to be involved, which is obviously my main aim, or I’m not and that’s down to the staff.”
For the full story see today’s Luton News/Dunstable Gazette.