A new generation of English footballers have taken the Premier League by storm this season.
Many of the top clubs have had to make room for young stars from their academy, and there are more on the way.
Here is a look at 10 of the most exciting youngsters to have broken through this season.
The standout breakthrough star this season – Alli has made the transition from League One football with MK Dons to Premier League title contenders with Tottenham look easy. The 19-year-old has also made his England debut and could be on course for a place at Euro 2016 as well.
The new kid on the block – Rashford was only called into the Manchester United side at the last minute because of an injury to Anthony Martial but four goals in his first two senior games has seen him become one of the hottest properties in the Premier League.
Jose Mourinho’s promise to play Loftus-Cheek didn’t materialise but a new long-term contract shows Chelsea still have faith in the 20-year-old and the talented midfielder has gained important experience being a regular part of Chelsea’s first team squad this season.
The subject of a £40m offer from Chelsea in the summer, Stones remained focused at Everton and has improved his game through playing regularly and is now a reported target for Barcelona. He’s only 21 and still learning but it is not too much to say the defender could play for England at the European Championships this summer.
The 22-year-old midfielder has found his feet in the Premier League this season and matured into one of Everton’s top performers delivering eight goals and seven assists in 27 appearances.
Still only 21-years-old, Sterling is maturing into a footballer of the highest calibre at Manchester City and now has his first silverware to show after winning the Capital One Cup. Three goals and two assists in the Champions League show he is made for this level but he must add consistency to his game in the Premier League.
The Stoke goalkeeper has established himself as a capable Premier League performer, keeping nine clean sheets this season to date – a figure that sees him level with David De Gea and Hugo Lloris and ahead of Simon Mignolet. The future is bright for the 22-year-old.
Before a serious injury ended his season Gomez looked to be one of the most promising teenage talents in the Premier League and had become a regular and reliable performer for Liverpool. Jurgen Klopp will be reliant on the versatile youngster returning to bolster his defence next season.
A local lad, Manchester United were forced to draft in 19-year-old Borthwick-Jackson due to injury problems but he has not let them down and looks a real prospect at left-back or his favoured central defensive role.
The 20-year-old’s season was cut short just as he was finding his feet and showing his best form for Manchester United but he is young enough to recover and come back stronger for club and country.