Wolverhampton Wanderers currently have a number of their first-team players out on loan.
Wolves have Aaron McCarey, Lee Evans, Jordan Graham, George Saville and Tommy Rowe out on temporary spells away from the club, and they have largely impressed with their respective teams.
Manager Jackett insists that he will continue to monitor their progress, as he weighs up whether they would improve Wolves' first team.
"We’ll keep our eye on them,” he said. “If they don’t improve our team then they’re in the right place, rather than here playing in the under-21s. If they can improve our side I wouldn’t hesitate to bring them back.”
Of the players out on loan, Evans and Rowe are arguably the two that have made the best impact at their loan clubs.
Evans has been brilliant for Bradford City in League One, with his energetic performances setting the tone for the side.
Rowe, meanwhile, has helped Scunthorpe United turn their form around, and they have won all three games that he has played for them so far.
Rowe has already scored and earned a penalty for the Iron during his time with them, and he will be looking to continue to impress to prove that he does still have a future with Wolves.