The following players are three talented youngsters who I believe will soon make a move to the Premier League.
3: Liam Moore | Leicester City
Liam Moore is a commanding, ball-winning centre-half who has played a key role in the form of table-topping Leicester City so far this season.
Such form has alerted the likes of Fulham, who have had a couple of bids rejected, as Nigel Pearson tries to retain the services of the former youth team captain.
The Foxes' starlet has even caught the attention of England Under-21 head coach Gareth Southgate who rewarded Moore with his first call-up at the end of last year.
If Leicester can't continue their current form and promotion slips through their hands again, then it is unlikely that Moore will be plying his trade in the division.
2: Will Hughes | Derby County
Unlike Moore, Hughes has become a well-known star of the Championship and his skills and attributes are out their for everyone to see.
The arrival of Andre Wisdom to Pride Park in October from Liverpool sparked rumours that Hughes could well go the other way this summer, with Brendan Rodgers seeing Hughes as a perfect fit to his playing style at Anfield.
The talented Englishman is even regarded as a potential dark-horse for England's World Cup squad for the tournament in Brazil.
1: Danny Ings | Burnley
Ings has become one of, if not the, hottest property in Championship football after such a successful start to the 2013-14 season.
He has been rewarded with a call-up to England under-21 squad after smashing in the goals for Burnley and forming such a potent partnership with Sam Vokes.
According to the Daily Mirror, West Brom are leading the chase to sign the clinical finisher for a deal in the region of £7m.
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