Dave Robertson is looking forward to the future after being confirmed as the permanent first team manager at Peterborough United.Robertson took temporary charge of the Posh after Darren Ferguson’s departure in February, and his efforts have been rewarded with a three-year contract, where he will work with assistant manager Grant McCann.
“It’s a massively proud moment for me,” Robertson told the club’s official website.
“It’s really exciting and we can’t wait to get started. We didn’t want the season to finish so we’ll be looking to continue and move forwards.”
Since taking the reins at the ABAX Stadium, Robertson has guided his team to six wins, four draws and four losses – and the 41-year-old is now eager to build on the foundations that he and his team put in place.
“It gives us an opportunity to work with these players longer and also the opportunity to build on what we started to introduce in the last 14 games of last season,” Robertson added.
“The starting point for me is developing a culture of success, winning is vitally important to everyone at this football club. We’re going to be making sure that the mentality of the players is right and set out some clear goals and clear targets moving forward.
“It’s the start of a journey. Me, Grant, the players, the supporters... we’re hoping everyone is going to pull together to bring this football club the success it deserves.”