West Bromwich Albion have produced an admirable amount of youth talent in recent years, with a new crop seemingly on the precipice of breaking through.
Carlos Corberan might be seemingly walking into a club in turmoil, unexpectedly finding themselves at the wrong end of the Championship table, but the future certainly looks bright for the Baggies.
Whilst Reyes Cleary might steal the headlines as the standout youth product, one man who might benefit the Spanish boss even more is a versatile winger who could hold down the right wing-back slot for the foreseeable future.
It could also spell the end at The Hawthorns for the ageing Matt Phillips.
The 19-year-old is currently earning his first taste of regular senior football on loan at Crawley Town, with his exploits and versatility earning praise.
Having already played nine times for Crawley, he has actually played in five different positions, a tremendous marker of his versatility. With one assist to his name already, Fellows has quickly established himself as a mainstay in Kevin Betsy’s side.
The fact that he already has eight first-team appearances for West Brom further emphasises how highly he is regarded at The Hawthorns, and upon returning from what will hopefully be a successful loan spell, he can then start working on impressing the new manager at Albion.
Although the Scot is a dependable option on the right flank, an injection of youth will always be well received by the team and supporters alike.
Corberan has an underrated gem on his hands who should improve with each passing game. Next season, the 39-year-old could have the perfect player for his system right under his nose.