Having started off the season so brightly, Jack Butland has become arguably the best performing goalkeeper in the Premier League this season. With openly speaking about how he is more than happy to compete with number 1 goalkeeper Joe Hart, there is certainly a bright future for England.
Being linked with Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City, there is no doubt that John Stones has a very promising career ahead of him. Compared to the ranks of John Terry and Rio Ferdinand, Stones certainly has the attributes to become a high quality centre half. The 21 year old is certain to reach a high number of caps for the national side.
The young Spurs midfielder as started off his Premier League career in 6th gear. Having featured in 18 of the 20 league games so far it shows how important he is becoming to the spine of Tottenham's team. 19 years old and the vocal point of many discussions it is clear to see that Alli has a great future ahead of him.
Everton's local lad Ross Barkley has increased his profile year by year by improving both his scoring statistics and assists. Taking control of Everton's number 10 role, Barkley has shown he is capable of playing in a position wanted by many. The 22 year old already has England caps under his belt, and is going to continue to do so.
Reaching 50 goals for Tottenham at the age of just 22 is a remarkable achievement. England's new front man had hit top form in 2015 and is looking to carry this on through the 2016 campaign. There is no doubt that scoring goals will not be a problem for England with Harry Kane as their frontman.