Peters given rocket from Magilton

CANADIAN winger Jaime Peters has been warned to pull his finger out or risk losing the biggest chance of his life by Town boss Jim Magilton.Peters is included in a 20-man squad for the festive period, starting with Burnley at home tomorrow, but has been told to up his game.

By Derek Davis

CANADIAN winger Jaime Peters has been warned to pull his finger out or risk losing the biggest chance of his life by Town boss Jim Magilton.

Peters is included in a 20-man squad for the festive period, starting with Burnley at home tomorrow, but has been told to up his game.

The Blues went out of their way to secure a work permit for the 20-year-old and handed him a two year deal but Peters has figured not started a game this season.

Magilton said: “He has not done enough, nowhere near it. I'm very disappointed with Jaime and he needs to show me a lot more. He needs to show me that he wants to play for this football club. It is down to his attitude

“Jaime has been given a wonderful chance and he has fantastic ability now it is down to him.”

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Chris Casement is also added to the squad.

Sylvain Legwinski is struggling to be fit for the match against Burnley bit could come into contention for the away games at Leicester City on Boxing Day and Coventry City the following Saturday.

Richard Naylor is also back in full training following a neck injury but is not likely to play until after a couple of friendly games.

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