The new Premier League season is ready to get under way, with fans around the world looking to see which new signings can make an impact in 2017-18.
But nothing pleases supporters more than a young star developing and making a name for themselves in the top-flight.
To that end, Goal takes a look at the youngsters and hidden gems that could break through and be the stars of the future...
DOMINIC SOLANKE | Liverpool
Despite his name being touted around for some time as a potential future star, Solanke is still yet to make his Premier League debut, though that is now likely to change following his move from Chelsea to Liverpool.
The Under-20 World Cup Player of the Tournament has impressed in pre-season for the Reds, and with Jurgen Klopp's side facing European football this time around, he could become a crucial cog in the Anfield machine.
ANDREAS PEREIRA | Manchester United
Having been loaned out to Granada last season after breaking through under Louis van Gaal, the 21-year-old now finally looks set for more regular football at Old Trafford.
Pereira has featured in each of United's pre-season fixtures, and his performances have reportedly forced Jose Mourinho into re-thinking his original plan of again loaning the Spaniard out in 2017-18.
BRAHIM DIAZ | Manchester City
The former Barcelona manager is reportedly a fan of Brahim, and though City's attacking talents may limit him to substitute and cup appearances, further eye-catching performances could yet see him earn more minutes.
REISS NELSON | Arsenal
The conveyor belt at Arsenal continues to churn out young talents, but in Nelson the Gunners do seem to have a real talent on their hands.
The 17-year-old was rewarded for a fine pre-season with a short run-out from the bench in the Community Shield, while a goal scored during training (see below) has fans licking their lips at his potential.
PHIL FODEN | Manchester City
Singled out by Guardiola for his showing against Manchester United in pre-season, it is clear the 17-year-old from Stockport has the potential to provide the local connection to City supporters amid their team of world stars.
Like Brahim, opportunities will likely be limited in the early part of the season, but he should get more chances to impress in cup competitions.
MARCUS EDWARDS | Tottenham
Touted as one of the most skilful young players in the British Isles, the 18-year-old winger was tied down to a new three-year deal over the summer.
The lack of new signings in north London could see him offered opportunities under Mauricio Pochettino as he looks to blood even more English talent.
JONJOE KENNY | Everton
Having captained the Toffees to the Premier League Under-23s title last season, the full-back was one of England's most impressive players as they won the Under-20 World Cup over the summer.
Though rumours persist that he could be sent out on loan, many supporters are hopeful he will be given a chance in the first-team, particularly with Seamus Coleman out injured for the foreseeable future.