QPR under-23s ran out 1-0 winners against Coventry City in this afternoon's game at Loftus Road.

As well as the onlooking Tony Fernandes, Ian Holloway was on the sidelines barking orders at the young Hoops, with a number of prospects hoping to catch his eye.

But who will have impressed Ollie the most? We take a look at three youngsters who could be set for a bright future in west London.

Osman Kakay

The right back was a stand-out performer for large spells due to his energetic play on the flank.

As well as performing his defensive duties well, he was excellent at bursting forward to provide extra width in the attacking third. It was his cross which set up Olamide Shodipo for his first half goal, and on this evidence the 20-year-old is set to have a fine future at the club.

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Chay Tilt

The pint-size winger was a real threat ahead of Kakay on the right side. The 20-year-old signed from West Brom this summer and possesses great pace, work ethic and agility making him a real threat.

Aramide Oteh

The 19-year-old captained the side against the Sky Blues and looked a threat in the lone striker role. He possesses an excellent first touch and a real physical presence. Having signed a one-year contract extension during the summer, he'll be hoping to make a big impression for Paul Hall's side this term.