Let's quickly run through the five players, mostly likely to win the Premier League Young Player Of The Season award.
7. Moises Caceido (Brighton Hove Albion)
Arsenal wanted him in January but Brighton turned down their offer. The Ecuadorian has been electrifying this season.
6. Alexis Mac-Allister (Brighton Hove Albion)
After winning the World Cup with Argentine last year, Alex Mac-Allister has now emerged as the new cult hero of Brighton Hove Albion.
His performance this season has made him one of the standout players in Roberto De Zerbi's youthful side, currently chasing European competition next season.
5. Isak (Newcastle United)
Signed for a mouthwatering fee from Real Sociedad in January, Isak has shown that he is capable of showcasing his talent in the Premier League. He has scored 10 Premier League goals in just 17 starts this season.
4. Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)
Leandro Trossard was tipped to knock Gabriel Martinelli out of Mikel Arteta's starting XI after his arrival in January from Brighton. But Martinelli stood his ground and fought for his place at Arsenal despite an injury scare in the final months of the Premier League season.
3. Bukayo Saka (Arsenal)
The English winger continued his scintillating form in front of goal this season with 15 goals and 14 assist to his name this term.
His trickery has been a constant menace for opposition defenders this season but would be left heartbroken that his impressive goal statistics wasn't enough for Arsenal to clinch the Premier League title.
2. Martin Odegaard (Arsenal)
The Norway youngster has been exceptional for Arsenal this season but was left disappointed when the Gunners lost 3-0 at home to Roberto De Zerbi's Brighton.
1. Erling Haaland (Man City)
The Norwegian is currently leading the race for the Premier League Golden Boot as well as the Champions League Golden Boot.
His goal input has been scary this season and he could very well clinch the Premier League Young Player Of The Season award.
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