From what I saw tonight, as Tottenham's U21 side comfortably defeated Chelsea's kids, Championship clubs such as Leeds, QPR, Leicester and Watford should consider approaching Spurs regarding loan deals for young Tom Carroll, Harry Kane and Yago Falque.
Falque scored twice and is a wide player with the physique and pace of Aaron Lennon. He probably lacks the physical strength for 90 minutes of blood and thunder football in the Championship, but coming on with 20 minutes of the game to play would terrify the carthorse defenders in the division as their legs start to tire.
Kane is a big unit and although looking disinterested by the game, still managed to get five or six shots on target, score, assist and force a parried save which led to the fourth goal. He also bent a free kick narrowly over the bar. This guy looks to have a future and, like Chris Wood, would almost certainly impose himself in the Championship.
But for me, the best player on show was Tom Carroll. He is a very intelligent looking footballer who dictates the play from midfield, finding space all over the pitch, reading the game well and seeing a pass before he has even received the ball. They are excited by young Barkley at Everton, but this lad seems every bit as good to me and looks a real prospect.