Which young players should Tottenham fans be keeping an eye on this year?
Tottenham is turning into one of the clubs to be at for young players, knowing that if they are good enough then they will get a chance under head coach Mauricio Pochettino.
Josh Onomah is the latest to break into the first team, and there are several other young prospects hoping to follow in his footsteps.
Here are three players fans should be keeping an eye on over the next 12 months.
Central midfielder Marcus Edwards is an England youth international, who Tim Sherwood raved about in a column for The Independent in 2014. The central midfielder is a box to box player, who will hope to make similar strides to Onomah in the past year, and establish himself for the under-21s over the next year.
Exciting winger Keanan Bennetts recently broke into the under-21 side, and has a big future ahead of him. He is eligible to play international football for England, Germany, and Nigeria, but has for now committed his future to the Three Lions. He will be a key part of Tottenham's attempts to win the FA Youth Cup this year, and he is a player very much worth keeping an eye on.
US youth international Cameron Carter-Vickers has made the step up from under-18 to under-21 football, and has won the praise of coach Ugo Ehiogu. The defender could benefit from the potential sale of Federico Fazio and get a chance in the first team, and add to his burgeoning reputation.