Luton Town boss Nathan Jones says he didn’t care, or concentrate, on results elsewhere in the Championship on a frantic final day that saw his side pull off a great escape.

The Hatters completed the double over Rovers with a 3-2 win, and in doing so moved to 51 points which secured another season of Championship football at Kenilworth Road.

Jones’ side lost just one of their last 11 matches, taking 16 points from the 27 available since the re-start, to come back from the dead.

While there were countless permutations and swings throughout the course of the night, Jones’ focus was simply on winning their final game.

"What we’ve just done is a fantastic achievement,” he said.

“To come back from effectively seven points to get a two point buffer is a phenomenal achievement.

“This group have been written off, but we knew they were Championship players when we signed them in League Two and they just proved it and I’m so proud of them.

“We didn't look at any results, we had a points target of 51, if we got to 51, we would not go down and 16 out of 27 is play-off form.

“We didn't care about anyone else, what Barnsley did, what Wigan did, what anyone else did, we don’t care, control your own destiny.

“We dropped points against Barnsley, dropped points against QPR, they brought us to this point.

"The biggest win in the club's history on Saturday set us up and now we’ve won again, back-to-back, 16 out of 27 is unreal, absolutely unreal.”

The only disappointment for Jones was that the club’s fans weren’t able to savour the moment, though those inside Kenilworth Road certainly made their presence felt.

He told Luton Today: “I’m devastated there wasn’t full house here to see it because if there was it would’ve been one of the great, great nights at Kenilworth Road.

“It’s unbelievable. What a feeling. I’m so proud of them, so proud of the club, I’m so proud to be manager of the football club and that sums it up for me.”

Luton stayed up with the exact number of points, 51, that Rovers were relegated with three seasons ago.

But Jones, who replaced namesake Graeme during the lockdown having previously led the club to promotion from League Two, always felt it would be enough.

“That was it, you get 51 points, you don’t go down,” the Welshman said.

“We looked at all the fixtures, all the permutations, get to that and what a bold one that is.

“Five wins and a draw, now that’s unbelievable, as it was we got four wins, four draws and one defeat, that's phenomenal form.

“Sixteen points of 27 in the Championship, trust me on that, is a wonderful, wonderful, wonderful return.”