George Thorne
An established member of the England youth set up, George Thorne has yet to make his mark for West Brom, he spent a successful loan spell at Portsmouth last season in which he managed to make ten appearances in the Championship. A young confident midfielder comparable to England greats with his wide range of passing abilities, an emergence into the west Brom first team may not be long away.

Benik Afobe

Currently loaned to Bolton from Arsenal, Benik looks as though he could have a positive impact on the championship . Good with his off the ball movement, finishing and pace, he’s an ideal strike partner for Marvin Sordell. Expect to see Manish speaking a lot about Benik, when Bolton finally get their act together.

Denis Suarez

A Spain youth player plying his trade for Manchester City, Suarez was snapped by City from Celta Vigo on the cheap in 2011. A player, who I can draw some comparatives with David Silva, could feature in the capital one cup for City. A key member of Spain’s youth set up and possibility for their under 21 squad in Israel in 2013, Denis Suarez is certainly one to look out for.

Sammy Ameobi

Younger brother of Shola, Sammy Ameobi has been waiting on the wings of the Newcastle sidelines for sometime, but he should make a big breakthrough this season. For last few years he’s mostly featured in the league cup in which he scored a rememberable goal at Scunthorpe. This season he should feature regularly in the Europa league and perhaps an injury to one of Newcastle’s first tem starters, he could push a run in the first team. Full of pace, skill and finesse, there’s one thing ably young Ameobi, Newcastle don’t want to let him go.