Tottenham Hotspur supporters are hoping for a brighter future.
The young duo - currently on loan from the north London club - are not quite producing their best in the Premier League, rather the Championship and League One, but still have a combined 27 league goals between them this term.
That is impressive at any level and makes a mockery of what Spurs' current wingers have produced this season.
Anyone who doubts the youngsters' ability to make the cut in the Tottenham first team is perhaps being understandably cautious. But Harry Kane is proof enough that, with limited experience at the top level, drive, quality and hard work can make you thrive.
And the prospect of Pritchard, on loan at Brentford, and Alli, at MK Dons, thriving at White Hart Lane next campaign is exciting plenty of Spurs fans. Indeed, social media was abuzz with talk of the duo making Mauricio Pochettino's first team when they link up with the rest of the Tottenham squad.
The future is certainly bright for the pair - but Spurs supporters will hope that turns into actual results, unlike several of the club's promising youngsters of bygone years...
#thfc Alli & Pritchard have a combined 27 league goals this season. Lamela & Townsend have 3 (2 from open play).— The Tottenham Way (@TheTottenhamWay) April 18, 2015
Really excited to see the likes of Pritchard and Alli break into the team next year. Both have been superb for their clubs this season.— Spurs In The Blood (@SpursInTheBlood) April 18, 2015
Alli and Pritchard scoring again, both been class this season!— Joshua Thomas (@JaayTizz) April 18, 2015
Seriously can't wait for Alli and Pritchard to return. Bright bright futures— Anthony (@OneLamela) April 18, 2015
The thought of Deli Alli and Alex Pritchard coming back from their loan spells next season....They'd both walk into this current starting XI— Ashley (@Ashley_Iboy) April 18, 2015
Can't wait to see Pritchard and Alli at Spurs next season. The future is bright, the future is lilywhite.— Martin (@SwedishYid) April 18, 2015
If Pritchard and Alli don't play with the first team next season it'll be a travesty.— Dan Lesser (@DanJLesser) April 18, 2015
Dele Alli and Pritchard in, Lamela/Townsend and Mason out.— tommy (@tomackyyy) April 18, 2015