The two Everton youngsters have impressed Roberto Martinez with their performances this season.
Both Browning and Galloway have been given fleeting chances in the Everton senior side this term and Roberto Martinez has apparently been impressed by what he has seen.
The Spanish boss believes that the two academy graduates have all the ability required to become stars of the future and he plans on exposing them to regular action next campaign.
That will be good news for Everton fans, as Browning and Galloway will join an exciting crop of youngsters in their first team.
The likes of John Stones and Ross Barkley have already made the breakthrough at Goodison Park and Browning and Galloway will be hoping to follow in their footsteps.
They will need to adapt immediately, too, as Everton are under pressure to perform next season. The Toffees have not performed to expectations this time around and they will be determined to push up the table during the 2015-16 campaign.
Despite most people around Everton being delighted with Galloway's and Browning's emergence, it is not such a positive thing for Antolin Alcaraz.
The experienced defender had been hoping to earn a new contract at the Merseyside club, but with the youth-team pair ready to make the step-up, Martinez has decided against extending his stay.