Tommy Rowe lifted the Johnstone's Paint Trophy and won promotion via the Play-Offs in his time at Peterborough United but he's left the club to join Sky Bet Championship new boys Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Having netted the winning penalty in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Area Final against Swindon Town, Rowe captained the Posh to victory in the Final at Wembley Stadium in March 2014 - the club's first piece of major cup silverware.
Despite niggling injuries during the past 12 months, the 25-year-old managed to score nine goals from midfield during 2013/14 - his most prolific campaign - adding to his reputation as a goalscoring midfielder.
In five seasons at London Road, the former Manchester United trainee made 199 appearances, scoring 27 times, including one in their League 1 Play-Off Final victory over Huddersfield Town in May 2011 and one at Molineux in a 3-0 win - a result that led to the sacking of then-Wolves boss Stale Solbakken.
Wolves becomes the fourth club of Rowe's career and he arrived in the Black Country on a two-year deal as Kenny Jackett's first summer-signing following their promotion to the Sky Bet Championship.
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