Through sheer determination, coupled with hard work and a will to win, Peter excelled in all chapters of his playing career. He played in excess of 600 career games as a forward, scoring over 180 goals and in so doing winning the highest domestic and European honours. As a result of his domestic performances and achievements, Peter earned selection and played for the England National Team. He is often remembered for scoring the winning goal in the European Cup Final.
Following his playing days, Peter took the roles as both a domestic manager in England with Wimbledon and an International Manager, more latterly with Thailand and Indonesia. He notably won the Gold Medal with the Thailand National Team in the SEA games 1999, Thailand National Team Tiger Cup 2000/2002 and winner of the Kings Cup 2000. During this time he was awarded the Asian Coach of the Month and nominated for Asian Football Coach of the Year.
Some of the managerial names of considerable note he worked with, for and alongside in football are Brian Clough, Bobby Robson and Ron Saunders. This has allowed Peter to learn many different management techniques and styles of management.