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Ferguson expects Gayle stay

Darren Ferguson is confident Peterborough will not have on-loan striker Dwight Gayle snatched from beneath their noses in January.

Last Updated: 19/12/12 at 12:38 Post Comment

Darren Ferguson: Hopeful of Gayle staying

Darren Ferguson: Hopeful of Gayle staying

Gayle was borrowed by Peterborough from League Two side Dagenham last month with a view to a permanent move.

And Ferguson remains confident he will get his man despite the 22-year-old scoring his fourth goal in three games during Saturday's shock 2-1 win over Championship leaders Cardiff.

"At this rate, I'll struggle to keep hold of him," Ferguson told BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.

"It would be a brave man to try and take him off us now. I'm sure he'll stay with us.

"He listens. He picks up things quickly, which is always a sign of a good player.

"He's going to be a really good player, the boy.

"I think him and Lee Tomlin are looking a partnership.

"The only slight criticism I'd have is they should have finished Cardiff off earlier."

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