Taking a look at two West Ham United teenagers yet to make their league debuts but with the talent to get minutes this season.
West Ham United are currently fighting for a top-four finish, and with the players at their disposal and their form under manager Slaven Bilic that is a distinct possibility.
With the Hammers competing with Manchester United and Manchester City for one spot it could go down to the wire. However, if West Ham find things are settled one way or the other with matches to spare, what chance Bilic giving some more of the next generation their Premier League debuts?
Here we take a look at two young West Ham players who may get a run-out in the final couple of matches depending on their importance:
Djair Parfitt-Williams is a 19-year-old winger who featured twice for the Hammers during their Europa League qualifying campaign at the start of the season.
Those two cameo appearances against FC Lusitanos aside the teenager has had to make do with under-21 outings, and with four goals in 16 appearances at that level this season he is likely to have caught Bilic’s eye.
As with Parfitt-Williams, left-back Lewis Page made his senior debut for West Ham in the Europa League.
He turned out three times in that competition before enjoying a brief loan spell with Cambridge United.
More recently he has been back playing for the Hammers’ under-21s, but do not be surprised if he comes on for a few minutes in place of Aaron Cresswell if circumstances allow.