Luton Town goalkeeper Thomas Kaminski has admitted he was open to joining Anderlecht in the summer, but “nothing concrete” came of the transfer talk.

The goalkeeper has been speaking to Het Nieuwsblad, relayed by Voetbalkrant, about transfers and a possible move from Luton in the summer.

He’s been with the Hatters since August, when he joined them in a €2.9m deal from Blackburn Rovers as the former bolstered their squad following promotion to the Premier League.

He’s proven to be a big hit at Luton since, with four clean sheets and just 14 goals conceded in 12 Premier League games a more than healthy return and a save percentage of 72.5% certainly catching the attention.

It appears he’s been a smart piece of business, but things could have been very different, as he was also on Anderlecht’s radar.

“I was open to returning to Anderlecht,” he said.

“It is 10 minutes from my house, I have been a fan since I was little. There was some talk of this summer, but nothing concrete.”

A return to Anderlecht certainly would have been an interesting prospect for Kaminski, who played for the Belgian side earlier in his career but only managed 22 games for the first team.

He was eventually sold to KV Kortrijk and then joined KAA Gent but only remained at the Belgian club for a year before moving to Blackburn in a €500,000 deal.

Gent appeared keen to get rid of him, taking a big hit on their books given they had paid €2.2m a year before his exit, and the Luton goalkeeper certainly got that impression.

“Gent had bought me from Kortrijk and sold me for €450,000,” he added.

“That deal was to say that they wanted me out of the club as quickly as possible. If you have so little credit that you are kicked out of the team after one match day, then you better leave.”