How Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino manages these players until the season's end may indicate who he has already struck from his future plans.
Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher was impressed with Everton on Thursday.
The Brazilian spent three years in the French capital before heading to Qatar.
Dundee United's Nadir Ciftci has been linked with Celtic recently - but his recent antics could scupper a bid from the Bhoys.
Adryan has made just one appearance in 2015 for Leeds United.
Invincibles member Martin Keown believes the Argentine could leave the Premier League if Manchester City finish the season empty-handed.
Peter Lorimer points out that Leeds United youngster Lewis Cook tends to misplace passes and tries too many dribbles.
John Carver is delighted with the transition the Magpies defender has made to English football.
The Tottenham forward was grateful for the improvements his boss Mauricio Pochettino encouraged in his game this year.
Southampton coach Jason Dodd has high hopes for two of his graduates now plying their trade at Arsenal.
Former Manchester United man Cristiano Ronaldo will still be one of the greatest, even if Portugal don't make the World Cup - at least according to his international boss.
Roy Hodgson faces a big decision ahead of the 2014 World Cup. With Rooney, Sturridge and Welbeck all likely to be on the plane, who joins them? Connor Armstrong runs the rule over West Ham, Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur frontmen.
Mark Noble is determined for an England call-up just in time for the World Cup in Brazil.