On-loan Arsenal youngster Ryo Miyiachi is shining at Bolton, according to Owen Coyle, with the starlet hoping to impress on his spell away from the Gunners to warrant selection for the north London side next season.
Miyiachi signed to the Gunners last summer, and struggled for game time amongst the likes of Theo Walcott, Andrey Arshavin and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the fold.
And as a result, the Japan international was sent on loan in January to ply his trade in the Premier League under the watchful eye of Coyle, who certainly has a great pedigree in giving young talent a chance to shine on the big stage.
And the Bolton man believes that Miyiachi will grow to be a star in England, with the loan spell a perfectly normal step at the tender age of 19.
"I have watched him for some time and he was outstanding on loan at Feyenoord last season," Coyle said, as reported by Goal.com.
"He is a polite young man, who has settled in well with our squad.
"There is no shame in not playing for Arsenal at his age, as they can go out and spend £12 million on your position."
Meawhile, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is a youngster who Wenger has found space for in the starting line-up, though his opportunities have been limited, the 18 year old has been thankful to learn from some of the best.
"I'm one of the least experienced players in the squad so any player who gives me a comment always helps me, whether it is positive or constructive criticism," He told the official Arsenal website.
"I listen to everybody. People like Thierry and Robin who score goals and are attacking players like myself, you can always learn a lot from them. That's all I do, I listen and learn.
"I have belief in myself and in my own ability. I just know that I have to keep working hard and learn off the boys, and then hopefully the rest will come. At the moment it's going quite well for me so I'm just going to keep working hard."
In 12 appearances for Arsenal, Oxlade-Chamberlain has scored four times. On his Champions League debut, he scored against Olympiakos to give the Gunners a much needed win and help shore the side's early qualification for the final 16.
Both Miyiachi and Oxlade-Chamberlain are on track to be big Premier League talents, and Wenger will be banking on them to lead his next generation of players.