West Brom have a strong academy and there are certainly a few talents that the Baggies fans should be getting excited about.
Darren Moore’s side were relegated from the Premier League last season, so money isn’t as prominent as it once was, meaning that youth could be vital.
The Hawthorns loves a homegrown talent and they may be set to see a few more break through in the next season or two.
From pacy wingers to stubborn defenders, the academy has a strong production line with some talents set to light up the first team.
Here, we look at five of those.
Agree, Baggies fans, or have you spotted a youngster that could light up the Hawthorns?
Jonathan Leko broke through into the team in the Premier League, but his development has been a little stagnant since.
The young winger still has a very bright future and is one of the best young talents in the Baggies squad.
Northern Irish midfielder Jack Chambers is another young talent that could breakthrough in the next year or two, and Darren Moore will certainly be keeping an eye on him to replace some of his ageing stars.
Nathan Ferguson is only 18, so he has years ahead of him, but the young defender looks set to break into the first team in the next few years.
Ferguson joined the club when he was eight, and has represented England at youth level.
Rayhaan Tulloch has been one of West Brom’s biggest stars in the youth team, as well as a few first team appearances in the FA Cup and EFL Trophy.
The young forward was born in 2001 and can also play out wide or off the striker.
Rekeem Harper has already broke into the first team, but that doesn’t mean he is not a wonderkid Baggies should forget.
Born in 2000, the youngster has been excellent when he has had a run of games this season, and we’d expect him to go on to big things in his career.