Jaime Peters has yet to make his first team debut.
Jaime Peters is a Canadian international who signed for Ipswich Town in the summer of 2005, having spent a brief time with 1FC Kaiserslautern in Germany. Initially a direct right-sided winger, Jaime seemed to have made a breakthrough at Portman Road in 2006-07 when he played in half the club's League games, but it was not until 2009-10 that he began to make further progress. In 2010-11 Jaime was in and out of the Ipswich side under Roy Keane's management, largely operating as a full back on either flank, although also playing games in central midfield. New boss Paul Jewell was less of a fan and Jaime made fewer appearances in the second half of the campaign.
With recent wins in the Europe and the Premier League and a jump up the table as a result, one