Ferguson hails Posh survival
Darren Ferguson has called keeping Peterborough in the Championship the biggest achievement of his managerial career.
Posh secured another season of second tier football at London Road despite losing 3-1 at home to title-chasing Southampton on Tuesday night.
"It is our biggest achievement as a club by miles but it is a very different feeling to winning promotion. This is more about relief than joy," said Ferguson following a third straight loss for his side.
"We have stayed up because we were outstanding in the first half of the season. We haven't been great lately but always knew the effects of having such a short break after winning the League One play-offs last summer would catch up with us.
"Our lads deserve great credit for what they achieved - none more so than Gaby (Zakuani) who is a brilliant example to young players - but we really want to win our last home game against Watford on Saturday for the fans."