Promotion could unlock a very different future for Leeds United's players.
Leeds United are hoping to finally earn back promotion into the Premier League.
The Whites are in the automatic promotion spots with eight games remaining, in a better position than ever before in their 15 years outside the top flight.
The chance to play in the Premier League will be a dream come true for this current set of Leeds players, most of all have no experience. Pablo Hernandez and Patrick Bamford are brief exceptions.
The timing of promotion will be fantastic for this young Leeds squad, as top flight football will unlock the chance to earn their way into the England squad for Euro 2020.
As much as England boss Gareth Southgate and previous bosses pledge to consider Championship players, it just doesn't happen.
Leeds' squad is packed with young talent, which could really thrive in the Premier League and shine up against their peers.
Kalvin Phillips is a stand out name already who could quickly build momentum for an England place.
Versatile youngsters Jamie Shackleton and Jack Clarke will also be in contention for spots if they can build on their impressive Championship performances.
Even Kemar Roofe could fire himself into the running if he scores into double figures in the Premier League, following the footsteps of Bournemouth's Callum Wilson.
At this stage, Euro 2020 won't be on the Leeds' players radar, save for Pontus Jansson who is already involved in the Sweden squad.
Promotion will open up a whole new world of opportunities, giving Leeds fans an extra reason to cheer them on next summer.