Tottenham Hotspur youngsters Aaron McEneff and Alexander McQueen are currently on trial at Nottingham Forest.
Both started for the club in their under-21 side's 3-2 win over Barnsley last night, continuing the team's unbeaten streak in 2015.
They were named on the club's official website as a starter, and by their club Twitter feed ahead of the game kicking off.
#NFFC U21 Starting XI: Erlandsson, McQueen, Worrall, Riera, Iacovotti, Crookes, O. Burke, Cash, McEneff, Petravicius, Thorne— Nottingham Forest FC (@Official_NFFC) April 21, 2015
McEneff is a Northern Ireland under-19 international, and described by Tottenham's official club website as an attacking right-back.
Forest may face competition for his signature from Sheffield Wednesday for his signature, after an Owls blog claimed he was on trial with the club last week.
Wednesday had Spurs trialist Aaron McEneff playing at right-back.— WednesdayYouth (@WednesdayYouth) April 17, 2015
McQueen is a defender described as 'quick and versatile' by Tottenham's club website.
McEneff and McQueen is not the only Tottenham Hotspur youngster to be on trial with a Championship side this week.
Ipswich Town confirmed via their website promising striker Daniel Akindayini started for their under-21 team on Monday.
It is not uncommon at this stage of the season for Premier League prospects to go out on trial, with it usually preceding their release, giving them a best shot at impressing and finding a new club.
Forest would be a good spot for both players, for they have just won the under-21 title they have been competing for, and first team manager Dougie Freedman has already shown willingness to give young players chances.
While Forest are currently under transfer embargo, there is nothing preventing them signing free agents, with McQueen and McEneff's deals at Spurs set to expire this summer.