Connor Hunte and Bright Enobakhare have both featured for Wolverhampton Wanderers's first team this season.
Both Hunte and Enobakhare have pushed for first-team places recently, and they have been rewarded for impressing at under-21 level.
Hunte and Enobakhare both featured against Blackburn Rovers in Wolves’ last match, and Jackett has suggested that they could receive more chances before the season finishes.
“It’s an easy one at the end of the season to put young players in, I’ve been pleased with Hunte and Bright and that’s why they’ve got on to the pitch,” he said.
“And for themselves they’ve got to keep on driving forward and earn everything that they get.
“There’s been a high number of debuts and players coming through the Academy since I’ve been here and all of them have earned it.
“The lads who’re are here now can achieve similar and better, they need the determination and work ethic to earn that chance.”
Wolves have the opportunity to test out some of their star youngsters in the first-team before the end of the campaign, as the pressure is relatively low.
The Midlands side look destined to finish in a mid-table spot, as they are too far away from the play offs to mount a challenge for promotion.
Wolves already have one of the youngest squads in the Championship, but the additions of Hunte and Enobakhare to their starting line-up reduces the average age even further.
Hunte has made two senior appearances for Wolves so far, while Enobakhare has played seven times for the senior squad.