The January transfer window opens in two weeks time and the attention will turn to the players west London clubs are looking to sign or sell.
It has been proven multiple times that there is talent out there in Leagues One and Two, provided a club has patience with them and gives them time to adapt to the pace of the second tier.
Indeed, Brentford have made a habit of plucking the best talent from the lower leagues, while QPR have also looked to do this with the likes of Massimo Luongo and Conor Washington.
To that end, GetWestLondon has been having a look at the best talent in the lower leagues and profiled them below.
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Charlie Wyke (Bradford)
The 24-year-old has logged eight goals and three assists for the Bantams so far this season and has looked very much at home since his move from Carlisle United in January 2017.
The Middlesbrough academy product has been a key component to behind the Yorkshire clubs form in the first half of the season, and has strong hold-up play to match his finishing.
After scoring 32 goals in 77 League Two appearances and 13 goals in 26 League One outings, Wyke may be confident in taking on the next level.
Erhun Oztumer (Walsall)
The 5ft 3in midfield has already recorded eight goals and three assists in 20 games this term and doesn't mind scoring a screamer.
Released by Charlton at the age of 16 for being two small the midfielder took the well travelled route to being proclaimed the 'Turkish Messi' by the Walsall faithful.
The 26-year-old spent time in four years in Turkey with Manisaspor, Sivasspor and Anadolu Ukudar before returning to British shores with Dulwich Hamlet with whom he scored 49 goals in 78 appearances.
Oztumer's Walsall future looked in doubt over the summer months as he delayed signing an extension to his deal that expires at the end of the season, so the club could look to cash in during the January window.
Josh Morris (Scunthorpe)
Another player with an eye for a spectacular goal, the Preston-born midfielder hasn't looked back since joining Scunthorpe in 2016.
A curled free-kick and 25-yard strike in three minutes against Charlton have been the stand-outs of seven goals and four assists for the winger.
The 26-year-old can play anywhere down the left flank or in centre midfield and was linked to Birmingham City last season.
The former Blackburn Rovers youngster has six Premier League appearances under his belt and will be sure to want to taste a higher level once again.
With 19 league goals last season and a similar figure expected again this season, suitors won't be in short supply.
Billy Bodin (Bristol Rovers)
Despite missing six weeks of the season with injury, Bodin has been Rovers top goalscorer this campaign with 10 goals in 19 appearances.
The Welshman's deal is set to expire at the end of the season and it has been reported that a number of clubs are monitoring the situation ahead of the January transfer window.
The Gas turned down a £500,000 bid from a Championship club in August and their resolve is likely to be tested again.
Jack Marriott (Peterborough)
League One's top scorer this term with 13 goals to his name for the mid-table side.
The former Ipswich trainee's career was a story of many loans to the likes of Woking, Gillingham and Carlisle United until he was signed by Luton Town in 2015.
Still just 23, Marriott has contributed around 40% of Peterborough's goals this season.
Ryan Haynes (Coventry)
A Sky Blues academy graduate, the left-back was ruled out of the start of the season with a grade two ACL but has slotted back into a team that has only conceded 12 goals this season.
The 22-year-old has played Coventry's last six games and he's relishing the battle with Chris Stokes for the starting berth.
Haynes provides an attacking dimension to the side and looks every bit the part of a modern full-back.
Sam Jones (Grimsby)
The 26-year-old Jones has achieved a Jamie Vardy-esque rise through the lower leagues and will be keen to continue his progression having recorded six goals and three assists already this season.
At 18 the Grimsby player travelled to Australia and worked in a cheese factory before returning to play for Retford United in 2014 and consequently joining Heanor Town, Alfreton Town and Gateshead.
Usually deployed in midfield, the former Leeds youngster was utilised as striker in his time at Gateshead due to his goalscoring prowess and after just half a season earned a move to Grimsby.
Jones said earlier in the season: “For me, I want to play football, I want to get my head down and I want to play, and I think I thrive off playing with better players, so I feel like it's bee successful so far, I just need to carry on.”
He might be keen to step up again.
Danny Rose (Mansfield)
Perhaps best known for scoring a scissor kick against Shaw Lane in this season's FA Cup first round, the 23-year-old has already bagged nine goals in the league for seventh-placed Mansfield.
The young striker seems to be coming into his own this season and with youth on his side could be worth a punt.
Boss Steve Evans has said Rose is going nowhere but the likes of Notts County and Coventry have been linked as they look to solidify their promotion push.
George Cooper (Crewe Alexandra)
At just 21 Cooper is already topping the League Two assist charts to back up the 10 goals and 14 assists he produced last season.
Championship and League One clubs were chasing the young attacker during the summer and in this red hot form, it's likely they could be sniffing around again.
The left-footer has quality from set-pieces, made his debut at just 17 and is becoming one of the hottest commodities in the league.
Christian Doidge (Forest Green Rovers)
The Welshman is another who has plied his trade outside the higher echelons of the game but has now firmly found his feet in League with 11 goals so far this season, including six goals in four games during November.
The 6ft 2ins forward is a challenge to anybody in the air and a man for the big occasion as he scored in Forest Green's play-off final against Tranmere Rovers at Wembley in May.
At 25, Doidge could be coming towards his peak after scoring 27 goals last season and may be ready for the step up.