"I was invited to trials at the end of last season by coach Gavin Hunt," Peters tells this website.
"He must have been impressed with my commitment and dedication as I was called back to sign a permanent contract with the club."
The 23-year-old, who was released by All Stars in April due to disciplinary issues, is relishing a possible PSL debut after failing to make a senior team appearance at boyhood club Ajax Cape Town.
"I'm so thrilled as I might get a chance to make my PSL debut this coming season," he adds.
"At Ajax I was promoted to the senior team under Maarten Stekelenburg, but I never got the opportunity [to play an official match]."
"I'm training with a legend like Moeneeb Josephs, who has played at the highest level.
"I'm learning such a lot from him; he is my inspiration and I hope to fill in his boots," he concludes.
Peters will compete for a number one place at The Clever Boys alongside alongside Josephs, under-20 international Jethren Barr and Thakasani Mbanjwa.