Inverness manager Terry Butcher has been so impressed by Luton's Dean Brill that he is already talking to the Skrill Premier club about extending the 'keeper's loan spell in the Highlands' capital. Brill moved north in the summer in a deal due to end in January next year but his performances have already made up Butcher's mind. He said: "We've talked about it. I'm speaking to Luton at this moment. Hopefully we can get something tied up. He's done incredibly well. We know what Dean can do. He talks ever so well and organises and bullies the back four and bullies the rest of the team because he wants to keep clean sheets and he wants us to win." Brill's performances have meant that Ryan Esson has been left warming the bench for the Premiership leaders. Butcher went on: "Ryan is frustrated because he wants to get back into the team but there are a lot of frustrated boys at the club because the team is playing so well. They've all got to bide their time and, when they do get the opportunity, they've got to grab it with both hands."