Collison has been without a club for this season, having failed trials with QPR and Ipswich, but Luton boss John Still has told Luton Today that he could look into signing him in the summer.
The former Hammers midfield star has suffered with a host of injuries in recent years, and has used this season as a means to return to full fitness in the hope of finding a new club for next term.
It is unlikely that a Premier League team will willingly take a risk on the Welsh international, despite having a wealth of top flight experience to his name, and he could be forced to look further down the Football League pyramid.
Having failed a trial with Ipswich earlier in the season, League One or Two clubs could look at him, and the Luton Today story claims that Luton are keen.
The Hatters look likely to miss out on promotion to League One at the end of this season, and so will be preparing themselves in the summer for another push in 2015/16. Collision would add talent and experience to the Bedfordshire side, and manager John Still confirmed that he will definitely be looking into the availability of the 26-year-old in the summer.
“I know Jack,” he said. “Jack has suffered with a lot of injury, but it’s something to look into, definitely.”