It'll be a big step up next season as the team prepare to return to Championship football, and there's set to be a host of comings and goings over the next few months.
Meanwhile, ex-Peterborough man Marcus Maddison has given a shocking account of his time at the club, and revealed: “In this city (Peterborough), I become a villain for no reason. My car got keyed on my drive. I’ve been punched on nights out for no reason - just because of the way I play football.
People don’t agree with it. They think I’m arrogant. People can’t differentiate between the man that’s a footballer and the man who is a normal person.
“I was quite fortunate that I joined Peterborough (in 2014) with Darren Ferguson in charge. He was quite relaxed on the training ground, say if you had a niggle or anything like that, he was cool with it. Because I’d just gone up the leagues, my body was a bit battered and bruised.
“I suffered a few injuries in that first season. He would give you time off as long as you could play on a Saturday, it didn’t really matter if you trained. He wasn’t like that when he came back to Peterborough. I can’t lie."
“I’d tuck into a chicken masala with chips, rice and a big naan bread on the night before a Saturday match. I loved it. It was my favourite. And it made no difference to my performance on a Saturday.
Here are today's biggest transfer stories and the latest team news involving Peterborough United and the rest of the Championship, as the build-up to summer transfer window and next season continues.