At the end of June 2009 Huddersfield Town signed Peltier on a three-year contract. Manager Lee Clark had been impressed by Peltier when he had a trial spell at Norwich where he was assistant manager. Clark was excited by his new signing: "He is a fantastic athlete and is very accomplished on the ball, as you would expect given he was schooled at Liverpool. He will be a tremendous asset. He can also play as a holding midfield player or at centre-back." Peltier was voted his teammates' player of the year at the end of his first season in Yorkshire and was a regular as well in his second year when Huddersfield reached the play-off final, where they lost to Peterborough United. Peltier was signed by Sven-Göran Eriksson at big-spenders Leicester City before the 2011/12 season, moving up a level to the Championship. Eriksson was soon dismissed but Peltier enjoyed a good season, appearing in 40 League matches, adding to his ever-growing reputation. Twenty-five-year-old Peltier joined Neil Warnock's Leeds United in the Championship in August 2012. Although Warnock left towards the end of the 2012/13 season, Peltier appeared in forty-one of Leeds United's forty-six matches in The Championship. The Yorkshire club finished in thirteenth position, as far away from the play-offs as they were from the relegation places.
Peltier made 22 league appearances for Leeds in the 2013/14 season before moving on loan to Nottingham Forest towards the end of March 2014. He played seven times for Forest before the end of the season. Leeds then terminated his contract a year early, allowing him to rejoin Huddersfield, but the following January he was on the move again, penning a three year deal with Cardiff City where he played 41 league games in 2015-16. In 2017-18 Peltier won promotion with Cardiff, but then suffered a blow early in the Premier League campaign when he dislocated his shoulder.
Yeovil's on-loan right-back should be good enough to one day turn out for parent club Liverpool by Steve Claridge on November 20, 2007.
|Club||Season||Club rank||League apps||League goals||Total apps||Total goals|
|Hull City||2006-2007||England Championship||7||0||7||0|
|Yeovil Town||2007-2008||England League Division 1||34||0||38||0|
|Yeovil Town||2008-2009||England League Division 1||35||1||39||1|
|Huddersfield Town||2009-2010||England League Division 1||42||0||50||0|
|Huddersfield Town||2010-2011||England League Division 1||38||1||50||2|
|Leicester City||2011-2012||England Championship||40||2||47||2|
|Leeds United||2012-2013||England Championship||41||0||48||0|
|Leeds United||2013-2014||England Championship||25||1||27||1|
|Nottingham Forest||2013-2014||England Championship||7||0||7||0|
|Huddersfield Town||2014-2015||England Championship||11||0||12||0|
|Cardiff City||2014-2015||England Championship||15||0||15||0|
|Cardiff City||2015-2016||England Championship||41||0||43||0|
|Cardiff City||2016-2017||England Championship||28||0||28||0|
|Cardiff City||2017-2018||England Championship||30||0||30||0|