Leicester City loanee Harvey Barnes is currently ripping it up in the Championship this season at West Brom and surely looks set for a big future at the King Power Stadium.
The 20-year-old Foxes attacker is at the Hawthorns on a season-long loan and is making a serious impact in a potential promotion bid.
He has made 22 appearances across all competitions so far for West Brom, scoring eight goals and supplying four assists in return.
Barnes is proving he’s got a serious eye for goal and the left-winger can be a nightmare for defenders with his dribbling.
One man that should be looking very closely at Barnes’ form is his England Under-21 teammate Demarai Gray.
Gray occupies the left-winger role in the Leicester first team right now and is a regular starter in Claude Puel’s side.
The 22-year-old is a speed machine with incredible technical ability, but his return of two goals this season highlights that there is still work to be done on his end product.
Gray, who earns £50,000-a-week (Spotrac), could well end up having serious competition at the King Power Stadium in the future if Barnes returns to the senior set-up after his loan.
Gray is certainly in the ascendancy right now, but may need to raise his game due to the rapid rise of Barnes.