Peterborough United finished this League One campaign in 11th spot on 62 points.
After scoring and conceding the same number of goals this season (62), manager Grant McCann will be turning his attentions to this summer’s recruitment, and high up on his agenda will surely be to address the issue of his leaky defence.
The Posh, have already secured three signatures to add to their squad this summer, with non-league duo Danny Lloyd and Ricky Miller joining from Stockport County and Dover Athletic respectively, and they have also added young Birmingham goalkeeper Jordan Tibbetts to their ranks.
Whilst adding to their squad, the club have also transfer listed no fewer than 11 players, including Michael Bostwick and Marcus Maddison, both who have entered the final year of their contracts.
With McCann trying to assemble the correct squad to turn Peterborough into promotion contenders again, he could turn to former Posh defender Mark Little, who has recently been released by Bristol City to add some experience to his backline.
The 28-year-old full-back who has played over 300 professional matches, won promotion to the Championship with Peterborough back in 2011 when they defeated Huddersfield Town 3-0 in the League One play-off final at Old Trafford.
Little, has plenty of experience in the Football League, having being sent out on loan whilst with Wolverhampton Wanderers, and played for Northampton Town, Chesterfield and Peterborough, before joining Bristol City, who he also helped win promotion from League One to the Championship.
With two promotions on his CV as well as two Football League trophy winners medals, Little could prove a useful signing to help Peterborough’s aim of promotion next season.
Peterborough fans… Would you like to see Mark Little return to your club? Let us know your thoughts below!