LUTON manager Nathan Jones admitted he would like to snap up free agent Andrew Surman but admitted: “It depends on a lot of things.”

The Hatters boss was speaking after it was revealed the 34-year-old midfielder had been training with the Championship outfit.

Surman has been a free agent since his contract with Cherries expired after the end of last season.

Asked if the former Wolves and Norwich man was a player he was interested in, Jones said: “Yes, I’ve known Surs and if there’s scope to do something, we’d like to, but it depends on a lot of things.

"He brings real quality and vast experience, he’s different to the age group we normally bring in, but if there is a value in doing something like that, then we might be able to do it.

"At the minute, nothing concrete, we’ve had him in training. I know all about Surs, he's a great character, wonderful quality.

"It's just seeing where he is and what we can do, and if there’s something we can do, we’ll do it."

Surman played nine times for Cherries in all competitions last season. His last competitive game came in a 3-0 Premier League defeat at Burnley.