Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly set to give Joshua Omomah his debut in the side's Europa League clash with Besiktas.
With Spurs having already qualified for the next round of the competition, Mauricio Pochettino is looking to utilise the low pressure scenario test out some of his youngsters in senior action and Onomah is one of the players set to benefit.
In this piece we tell you everything you need to know about Spurs's next up-and-coming hopeful.
1) Onomah is a 17-year-old central-midfielder, who has caught the eye because of his natural ability in possession.
2) The Enfield born prospect already has been capped up to under-18 level for England and is tipped to have the ability to become a senior international.
3) Onomah scored his first goal for his country back in 2013, when he netted in the Algarve Tournament 2013. England U18's have won in every game which he has played.
4) His goalscoring exploits have also caught the eye at Spurs, where he has been a fairly regular scorer for the Next-Gen side.
5) Although Onomah is still waiting for his first senior appearance for Spurs he has been in the squad on a Europa League tonight before, as Tim Sherwood gave him the experience to travel with the senior side when they played Benfica in this competition last season.