Fulham forward Calum Willock has completed his permanent move to Peterborough United this afternoon. A statement on Fulham’s official website confirmed that Willock had joined the Second Division side for an undisclosed fee.

The 22 year-old, who has been on loan at London Road since September, never started a senior game for Fulham but made five substitute appearances, including four in the top flight. Willock had a short loan spell at QPR last season and was also with Bristol Rovers this term before moving to Posh, for whom he has scored twice in ten matches.