Which English top tier side do you think have the most youth products.
A criticism that is often aimed at Premier League clubs is that not enough players are developed via their youth academies.
For big spenders Chelsea and Manchester City this is certainly true, with only one apiece, although it is in fact recently promoted Crystal Palace and Hull City that have none.
So here are the first team squads from the English top tier that have the most youth players.
5. West Ham United – 3 youth players
The Hammers have a rich history of producing top-class players, with recent examples including England international trio Michael Carrick, Jermain Defoe and Frank Lampard.
Currently they have three from their academy and of those Mark Noble and James Tomkins are established members of the first team, whilst 19-year-old Daniel Potts is an emerging talent.