Peterborough have completed the signing of Wycombe defender Russell Martin on a three-year deal.
The right-back moves to London Road as manager Darren Ferguson, who recently dismissed speculation linking him with Leicester, begins preparations for life in League One.
Martin's Wycombe contract was due to expire this summer, but the Chairboys will receive compensation because he is under 24.
And the 22-year-old is now looking forward to the 'challenge' at Peterborough, who gained automatic promotion from League Two last season.
"I am privileged to be at a club like Peterborough," Martin told the club's official website.
"The ambition of the chairman (Darragh MacAnthony) and the management team is brilliant and I see this move as a new challenge.
"I was very happy at Wycombe and enjoyed my time immensely, but I wanted to play at a higher level and further my career and I believe I can do that here."
Ferguson was equally pleased, saying: "It is a really good signing for the club and I am delighted to have him on board.
"As soon as I knew he was available we were able to complete the deal very quickly. The lad has a great attitude.
"He wanted to come to us despite having two Championship clubs in for him and that is because he knows what direction the club are going in."