Sheffield Wednesday are preparing for a busy few weeks.
The Owls face the prospect of playing nine games in just four weeks from Saturday as the Championship schedule goes into overdrive.
For Tony Pulis, this is the ideal opportunity to assess his squad.
Pulis only took charge of the club this week and he’ll be spending his time running the rule over the first team squad to see who will feature in his plans.
While senior players will likely be the main focus, there’s every chance that a number of the club’s under-23s could also be given a platform to succeed.
But who are the starlets to watch out for? Here we look at two under-23 prospects that Pulis needs to keep an eye on.
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The Irish full-back is a player with a very bright future ahead of him.
Brennan has made two senior appearances in the EFL Cup for Sheffield Wednesday so far this term but could now be given a chance to feature in the first team more regularly.
At 20 years of age the right-sided player is old enough to be involved, and he’ll be hoping to impress Tony Pulis over the coming days and weeks.
Another player who has had a taste of first team action this term.
Waldock played 79 minutes of the EFL Cup clash with Fulham earlier in the season and could now get an increased opportunity to be involved under Tony Pulis.
With games coming thick and fast over the next month the right midfielder will be hoping to be involved in some form before Christmas.