Luton midfielder Carlos Edwards admits to being flattered over reported interest from West Brom.

The Trinidad & Tobago international has impressed this term for the Championship new boys, with West Brom having been credited with an interest.

Bryan Robson raided Kenilworth Road earlier in the season when he brought young defender Curtis Davies to The Hawthorns in a £3 million deal.

It has been reported in recent weeks that he could be set for a return to The Hatters in the January window, with Edwards believed to top his wish list.

Edwards concedes that he is flattered with talk of Premiership interest but insists he is content at Luton until he is told otherwise.

''It's been very gratifying to hear that clubs in The Premiership are tracking my progress,'' he told the club's official website.

''If you play well when people are watching, their interest will grow - but I'm not getting carried away by the rumours because I'm contracted to Luton for three years.

''If a bid comes in and the club accept it, it's a different story and we will talk about it, but at the moment I'm happy playing for Luton.''