10m is well within the (standard) 100m cable segment limit for Cat5e UTP
(I personally don't agree with the 100m limit and would use a switch or repeater at 50m .. indeed I've seen signals on UTP fail at much shorter lengths in noisy environments)
Keep them as short as possible, extra UTP cable specially if it is looped is an antenna for electromagnetic interference.
(all cabling is to an extent) .. so measure then buy, don't just get a 20m patch cable if a 10m will do.
If you're going to need to run it past any strong electromagnetic fields (fridges, large speakers, large electric motors, etc.) .. get shielded cable.
But at 10m, and in a "home" environment .. Cat5e UTP is usually sufficient.