Exeter City can confirm Archie Collins has signed for fellow League One side Peterborough United for an undisclosed fee.
One of Our Own, Archie ends his City career with 220 appearances and 14 goals.
Joining the academy as a youngster and making his way through the ranks, he made his first team debut for the club in 2017 and made a huge positive impact during his six-year spell as a professional plus several years that preceded them in the academy. He captained the side on several occasions and helping us achieve that memorable promotion in 2022.
Speaking about Archie's departure, manager Gary Caldwell said: "In the short time I have worked with Archie he has been both a fantastic player and person. He has given so much to the club since joining the Academy as a youngster and is a fantastic example for the academy players breaking into the first team set-up.
"Whilst we did everything we could to try and keep him at the club, we should be proud of what he has achieved as an academy graduate. I spoke to him today and he leaves on good terms and we hope he does well in his future career."
All at Exeter City are grateful to Archie for his contributions to his boyhood club, proudly serving in red and white, and we wish him the very best for his future career.