Town to increase Jaime's visa quest

JAIME Peters upturn in form has forced Ipswich Town to increase their efforts in getting him a new visa. The Blues announced last month that Peters was facing problems getting a new permit as he had not started for Town in 15 consecutive matches from October to January and international outings were limited and it was unlikely his contract would be renewed in June.

By Derek Davis

JAIME Peters upturn in form has forced Ipswich Town to increase their efforts in getting him a new visa.

The Blues announced last month that Peters was facing problems getting a new permit as he had not started for Town in 15 consecutive matches from October to January and international outings were limited and it was unlikely his contract would be renewed in June.

But after another impressive showing from Peters in an otherwise bleak display in a 2-0 defeat by Leicester City, Town's first team coach Bryan Klug revealed the club will now be trying to secure the 19-year-old's services for at least another year.


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Klug said: “We are working on keeping him here next year. A lot depends on him being in our first team. That will give us a great chance in getting a permit and it is something we are working on.

“Jaime has done fantastic in the last four home game and we would like to see him do that more in away games. He is still a young man who is learning the game and like young players can be a bit up and down.”

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