Club-by-club: The hottest prospects in the Championship - do you agree?

Each season brings a new influx of young talent - and this Championship campaign is no different.

Wednesday, 20th February 2019, 07:29 am
Updated Wednesday, 20th February 2019, 07:32 am
Every Championship clubs' hottest prospect

We've recently picked out 22 Championship players that we believe can thrive in the Premier League but in this addition, to help break down the batch of new arising second-tier stars, we take a look at each of the 24 clubs and elect their hottest prospect. Click and scroll through the pages:

Grealish, 23, has been Villas biggest asset over the last few years after a 25m bid from Tottenham last summer. Missing the clubs previous 11 games through injury, Dean Smiths side have managed to win just two games without him.
Burnley saw a 9m deadline day bid for Adams rebuffed last month, and the 22-year-old is now reportedly being eyed by the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal after hitting an impressive 19 goals so far this term.
According to The Sun, the 21-year-old right-back had five Premier League clubs including Newcastle United - monitoring his situation in January after breaking into Tony Mowbrays first-team this season.

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Connell, 17, is free to leave outside the transfer window as he is classed as a second-year scholar, despite making his senior debut last month. Bolton have reportedly rejected two bids from Brighton over the last few weeks.
Maupay, 22, has been in inspired form this campaign with 18 goals in 29 Championship appearances. Naturally, he attracted interest from elsewhere last month, however Brentfords 20m valuation warned those parties off.
Callum ODowda is a close runner but genuine interest from Man Utd and Chelsea suggests Semenyo, 19, is a real talent. He might not be at Ashton Gate any longer after the Blues made an approach to sign him last month.
Its virtually impossible to separate these two and the worst thing about it, they arent the Rams property! On the books at Chelsea and Liverpool, respectively, PL clubs will be lining up to take the pair on loan next term.
January interest from Tottenham brought the Tigers into slapping a reported 20m price tag on the attacker as he averages a goal every two games in the Championship this season.
Dozzell, 19, has been through a tough time of late after missing the whole of last season with a cruciate ligament injury. He scored on his debut aged 16 and is aiming to a stake first-team place again in a struggling Ipswich side.
Man Utd, Liverpool, Chelsea and Man City are just some of the names to be linked with Clarke, who is being nurtured carefully by Marcelo Bielsa with just one full league game under his belt since his debut in October.
It has been a remarkable rise for Wing, 23, given he was playing in fifth tier of non-league football just two years ago. Now, he is a Tony Pulis regular and seen as one the clubs most creative players.
Only first-team regular this season who is aged 23 or under for Neil Harris. But dont let that distract you from Romeos ability, he has featured in 28 of the Lions 32 Championship fixtures.
There is something about Tottenham and Championship talent as it was Spurs who were reportedly chasing a deal for Aarons in January. The interest continues too, with Arsenal now said to be keeping tabs on the 19-year-old.
The 18-year-old made his Championship debut on New Years Day before speculation started to mount about his future. Forest denied they were ready to sell him and insisted he was one of the clubs brightest prospects.
Browne, 23, was voted Prestons Player of The Year, capping off a brilliant season with his Republic of Ireland debut. For a midfielder, hes added an impressive 11 goals to his name so far.
Yes, Tottenham again were credited with interest last month alongside Bournemouth, Brighton and Crystal Palace. Eze, 20, has really progressed under Steve McClaren, missing just two of the clubs 33 league games, scoring four.
The forward, 23, has become a regular in the Royals' first-team having spent last year on loan in France. Hes appeared 29 times so far, and will be looking add to his six-goal tally as Reading fight against relegation.
He might be 25 but it's hard to pick a more influenctial Rotherham player than Vaulks. He was voted the clubs Player of the Year last season and has been linked with a move elsewhere.
Signing someone on loan from Manchester United usually brings some expectation but Henderson, 21, has duly delivered with the Blades sitting 2nd in the Championship table.
Capitalising on his breakthrough season last year, the 20-year-old is beginning to establish himself at the heart of the Owls backline, already clocking up 20 Championship appearances this term.
Stoke knew of Etebos skill when they held off competition from European clubs to sign him last summer. Its lucky they acquired him before the World Cup, otherwise his performances for Nigeria might have doubled his 6m price-tag.
James was set to join Leeds on deadline day last month but the move fell through at the 11th hour. He has promised to refocus himself and did just that by scoring a wonder goal against Brentford on Saturday.
Harper, 18, has recently forced his way into Darren Moores plans, sparking West Brom into immediate action to secure his long-term services with his contract up at the end of the season.
James, 19, had performed so well in the first half the season that Premier League clubs enquired about his services. However, he opted to stay loyal to the Latics and honour his season-long loan agreement.