Bournemouth have extended the loan of Ipswich Town right-back Jaime Peters for a second month.
The 24-year-old has made six appearances for Bournemouth since he arrived at the end of September.
The Canada international's only Ipswich appearance this season came in the Carling Cup, a 2-1 loss to Northampton.
"Jaime is playing games and that is why he has gone to Bournemouth, he is happy to stay and we are happy for him to stay," said Ipswich boss Paul Jewell.
Peters has totalled 114 appearances for the Suffolk side since making his debut in August 2005 and has also had loan spells at Yeovil and Gillingham.
"I'm really pleased to be staying for another month," said Peters, who will now be with Bournemouth until November 26th.
"I feel like I've settled in well and have been welcomed by all the lads here."
Bournemouth boss Lee Bradbury added: "As well as being quick and direct, he gives us versatility as he showed on Saturday.
"We are struggling with a few injuries at the moment so the deal comes as very good news."