The wonderkids that could be the future of the Premier League.
The Premier League has always been a hotbed for young talent and there are several teenagers that are emerging as bright stars for the future.
Here are the top five under-20s in the English football currently.
New Toffees boss Roberto Martinez has put faith in the young Barkley this term and the attacking midfielder is repaying that in dividends.
Everything creative the team has provided seems to come through the powerful youngster and two goals in seven matches is a pretty good return.
Another German talent to have emerged recently is Gunners starlet Gnabry, who has been utlilised by Arsene Wenger as a like-for-like replacement for Theo Walcott.
The winger has played twice in the league in 2013/14 and has already bagged the youngster’s first goal for the club.
Club: Manchester United.
It may seem a little premature to put the Belgian in the list after just two Premier League appearances, but the way Januzaj played against Sunderland was a sign of things to come.
United will have a tough task on their hands to hold onto the attacker, especially with rivals Manchester City sniffing about.
Shaw is perhaps the most established on this list after breaking into the Saints first team on a regular basis last year and is now the undisputed No.1 at left-back.
If the defender keeps to develop at this rate then Ashley Cole and Leighton Baines could have another challenger for the throne in the England national team.
The winger has suffered a slight slump this season after breaking onto the scene for the Reds last campaign with a bagful of tricks and pace.
Brendan Rodgers is giving Sterling chances though and once matured, the teenager should be able to develop strongly under the Northern Irishman.