Reading winger Femi Azeez felt the side deserved to win against Luton Town.

The Academy graduate, who has started both games under interim boss Noel Hunt, picked up an assist for the Royals' opener as his corner was nodded home by Andy Carroll.

He would have had two were it not for Carroll's arm, the pair linking up in an almost identical fashion to the opener just five minutes later.

Taking to social media after the game, the youngster said: "Bittersweet feeling about last night, definitely should’ve walked away with the three points.
"However it’s still another step in the right direction and happy to contribute with another A [assist]"

Away to Coventry on Saturday, the following week could see a reunion as his brother, Miguel, could be lining up for opponents Wigan Athletic.

Playing just twice for the Latics since his January loan switch, the 20-year-old has failed to make the 18-man squad since.