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.
David Moyes was swiftly appointed as Sam Allardyce's replacement as Sunderland manager on Saturday.
Hull are looking for a new manager following the departure of Steve Bruce.