As Premier League managers start compiling their shopping lists for the summer, some could look to the division below.
And some clubs could do much worse than look at the tier below as they look to add to their squads.
There have been successful instances of players making the step-up, with the likes of Tim Cahill doing so when he moved from Millwall to Everton back in 2004 and in more recent times Jay Rodriguez moving from Burnley to Southampton last season.
In this list we look at potential clubs where these players could be plying their trade next season if their current employers allow them to move on. Here's ten players we've picked out...
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