Taking a look at some of the young talent at Tottenham Hotspur's disposal.
Tottenham Hotspur take on Belgian side Anderlecht in the Europa League on Thursday and manager Mauricio Pochettino is likely to name a strong starting line-up.
Spurs are currently top of Group J and they will know that another three points will ensure they take a significant step towards the first knockout round, but despite that expect a few youngsters to be named on the bench.
Here we take at three Tottenham youngsters who deserve a place in the next match-day squad:
Midfielder Harry Winks made his senior Tottenham debut in last season’s Europa League and he has been in the squad for recent games against FK Qarabag (where he played the final 14 minutes) and AS Monaco.
A wonderfully composed young player with talent in abundance, this could be the season when Winks makes real steps to becoming a future first-team regular.
Josh Onomah was on the bench against Qarabag and he deserves to be there again later this week.
At just 18, the attacking midfielder is already making waves at White Hart Lane and he deserves to build on his senior debut in last season’s FA Cup clash with Burnley.
A leftfield choice it may be, but there is little doubt that Shayon Harrison is proving to be a wonderful goal-scoring talent for both Tottenham’s under-18s and their under-21s.
With Heung-Min Son out injured and Harry Kane struggling for form, what harm would it do to name the 18-year-old striker on the bench?