The youngsters from the Premier League to win awards this season.
As the 2013/14 Premier League season draws to a close it’s nearly time for awards and the PFA Young Player of the Year is one of the most prestigious.
Looking towards the future is what football clubs are constantly striving to do and this gong is credit to those that can develop youngsters.
It is however perhaps something of a farce that players who start the campaign aged 23-years-old or younger can be nominated, which is why Gareth Bale won both the PFA Player and Young Player awards last year.
Here are the 10 players that we think can be justifiably in the running.
Wojciech Szczesny, Arsenal
Some may be surprised that this talented goalkeeper is in fact still only 23-years-old, having become the undisputed No.1 at the Emirates Stadium in the last few years.
Szczesny has been criticised for erratic behaviour between the posts in the past, but this term has really proven that he can be a Gunners regular.
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