The Capital One Cup provides teams with a wonderful opportunity to display the talents of their younger players, and this season we’ve seen glimpses of promising youthful talent for future seasons. With clubs investing significant amounts of money into their academy and youth systems, we’re beginning to see the benefits with numerous younger players emerging with that special spark at clubs up and down the country.

The players in this list may not have made a League Cup appearance for their parent club, but have impressed in loan-spells at lower league sides with the promise of breaking into match-day squads back at their parents club becoming ever more real. These are players that will make a big impact over the next few seasons, so be sure to keep an eye on them!

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