Plenty of clubs still scrapping for Championship survival says manager Darren Ferguson
Posh players determined to end poor start to Championship
Ipswich Town have completed the signing of Paul Taylor from Peterborough United for an undisclosed fee.
Peterborough United have confirmed that they have turned down a transfer request from Lee Tomlin.
The 24-year-old handed in the written request this morning but Posh were quick to reject it out of hand.
The demand prompted Peterborough Chairman, Darragh MacAnthony to take to his personal twitter account to assure fans that the striker is not for sale.
"Obviously L Tomlins agent has been speaking to the press as all classy agents like him do. He is not for sale & any T request is turned down!"
Defender Mark Little has re-signed for Peterborough United.
The right-back has penned an 11 month deal to stay at London Road. More details are on the club website.
Peterborough United have broken their transfer record to land highly-rated striker Britt Assombalonga for Watford.
Posh have officially paid an undisclosed fee for the 20-year-old, but chairman Darragh MacAnthony confirmed on his personal twitter account that the fee exceeded the amount paid for Tyrone Barnett back in 2012.
Assombalonga, who enjoyed a successful spell on loan with Southend United last season, has signed a four-year contract at London Road.
United manager Darren Ferguson told the club's official website that Assombalonga could be a star of the future.
"We identified him, we have had him watched, he did very well at Southend and Watford thought very highly of him.
"He has a lot of potential the boy, he is strong physically, good pace, good finisher and a really nice lad. He ticks all of the boxes. He has improvement in him, but I don't think people will be too surprised, because it fits our criteria."
Peterborough United have signed highly-rated goalkeeper Charlie Horton.
The American shot stopper has been on trial with the club this summer and had reportedly caught the attention of teams higher up the football pyramid.
However, Horton has decided to commit to Posh and has put pen to paper on a three-year deal with the London Road side.
Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson told the club's official website that the 18-year-old could turn out to be an inspired signing.
"Charlie has got a lot of potential and we look forward to working with him and trying to develop that potential. He is a big lad, at 6"4, and is someone we have been looking at in training."
Peterborough launch their bid for a swift return to the Championship with a home game against Swindon.
Darren Ferguson faces his former club Preston on October 5th.
Boxing Day sees a trip to troubled Coventry City before a New Year's Day clash against Play-off losers Brentford.
Posh finish their campaign against Port Vale.
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Peterborough United say they have reluctantly placed defender Gabriel Zakuani on the transfer list after the DR Congo international rejected a new deal.
The former Fulham and Leyton Orient player told the club website he wanted the move to further his international aspirations.
"I want to continue playing for my country and feel I have to give myself every chance of being selected by the national coach.
"I have always given 100 per cent for the cause and this was a very difficult decision for me to make."
Sir Alex may be standing down at Manchester United, but Peterborough insist his son Darren Ferguson is staying with them, despite their relegation from the Championship.
Ferguson has been linked with the vacant manager's job at Wolves after they went down with Posh to League One.
But Chairman Darren MacAnthony, who brought Ferguson back for a second spell at London Road two years ago, stated on his Twitter account that he wouldn't be going to any other club, and he's already started planning with him about a title push next season.
Peterborough United manager Darren Ferguson says he's delighted the club's fight for Championship survival is still in their hands. Posh play their final home game of the season against Sheffield Wednesday knowing a win will keep them above the drop zone.
But they kick off after their main rivals because the game is being screened live on satellite television.
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Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson says his side are involved in a three game season.
Posh have clawed their way out of the bottom three of the Championship on the back of an impressive 10 match unbeaten run.
Now Ferguson says they have three matches to ensure they stay there. Starting with Derby.
Posh drew 0-0 at Middlesbrough last night. They remain in the League One relegation zone with six games remaining.