Who are Manchester United youngsters James Wilson and Tom Lawrence?
Manchester United's interim manager Ryan Giggs handed debuts to youngsters James Wilson and Tom Lawrence for their final home match of the season against Hull and it offered the Old Trafford faithful a glimpse into the club's future.
Wilson made an instant name for himself by scoring twice in the 3-1 win, while Lawrence was handed the honour of playing for 70 minutes before making way for Giggs, in what is likely to be his final appearance in a United shirt at the Theatre of Dreams.
Who are these young pretenders?
The Staffordshire-born 18 year-old fleet-footed striker was spotted by United scouts at the age of 7 and made his debut for the U18s side at 15 and, like last night, was on the scoresheet.
Wilson was called up to England schoolboys at U15 level and has been a regular for England's U16 and U19s sides.
The Academy graduate forced his way into axed United manager David Moyes's plans last month with his goal-scoring exploits for the U18 and U21 teams, and was an unused substitute for United's trip to Newcastle.
Wilson helped United's side reach the Premier League final having scored seven goals in nine games. In total, Wilson has scored 15 goals in 20 matches this season.
AT 5ft 11ins what Wilson lacks in statue he makes up for in speed and can operate either as a winger or through the middle.
Wow what a feeling that was tonight and loved every minute of it! Coming off too be replaced by a legend like giggs #whatafeeling— Tom Lawrence (@TomLawrence99) May 6, 2014
With Giggs looking set to hang up his boots, Old Trafford could have another Welsh wizard waiting in the wings. Born in Wrexham and rising up through the ranks at United, the 20 year-old played a huge role in United's Premier League U21 success last season, setting up Larnell Cole's winning goal in the 3-2 success over Spurs in the final.
A player who enjoys playing off a striker, Lawrence likes to drops deep, utilising space and setting up attacks rather than being an out-and-out goalscorer.
Lawrence was sent out on loan to League One Carlisle earlier in the season where he made an instant impact, scoring three goals in nine games.
A second loan spell at Championship strugglers Yeovil followed before returning to United last week where he was handed the No 32 shirt.
Probably expecting to end the season watching United from the bench or stands, Lawrence racked up his first appearance in the top flight, thereby appearing in a third league this season, when he was handed his debut against Hull.