When looking at the young players at Brentford, there is only one man who stands out and that is Josh Clarke.
It is incredible to think that, back in January, he could quite easily have departed Griffin Park for pastures new as he wasn't getting a look in for the first team.
Now, though, he is one of the first names on Dean Smith's team sheet and has two goals to his name so far this season.
He opened his account against Reading in September, bagging a man of the match award for his performance.
Clarke then followed it up with a dominant display at QPR, twisting and turning his way through the Rangers defence and gave Jack Robinson a torrid time.
He was rewarded with the opening goal and played a crucial role in the second as he picked up the man of the match award in front of the Sky cameras.
Clarke is shy when dealing with the media as he saw his job as just playing football but, since the winner at QPR, is a lot more comfortable dealing with questions.
In some ways, he reminds me of Harry Kane who was similar during a loan spell at Millwall but, after a few goals, became more confident in handling the press.
We all know how Kane's career in the top flight took off over the past two years; Clarke has time on his side and, if he continues developing at the rate he has, who knows how far he can go.