Fergie: It's all about the price tag
Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson insisted the price will have to be right for contract rebel Paul Taylor to leave.
Top scorer Taylor slammed in a terrific second-half equaliser to earn a below par Posh side a point in a 2-2 draw with Watford on what was likely to be his final appearance at London Road. Taylor's 12th of the season arrived after a rehearsed corner routine in the 54th minute of a match largely dominated by the visitors.
Another Posh star, George Boyd, is also likely to depart after shunning a new deal but he had a quiet outing on his expected home farewell. Ferguson said: "Everyone knows the situation with Paul and George and we'll wait and see what happens in the summer.
"They are players with a lot of admirers but we will need to get the right money for them just as we have done with others players that we have sold.
"Twelve goals is a terrific return for Paul. There have been some excellent ones among them and this was no different.
"It was a very good goal from a corner routine we've tried a few times and one of the few positives to come out of the game because we didn't perform well."