The sun is shining on Arsenal at the moment, with fans savouring every moment of the club’s best ever start to a Premier League campaign.

Having failed to qualify for the Champions League since the 2016/17 season, Mikel Arteta has led the Gunners to the top of the Premier League table, as the Spaniard eyes their first domestic league title since 2004.

But it’s not just the first team who are flying. Arsenal’s young guns are also offering plenty of hope for the future.

Arsenal’s 4-2 win over Watford in an FA Cup Youth match on Monday evening has got fans talking.

The match was broadcast live on YouTube, with a number of players impressing in the red and white.

We’ve been taking a look at some of Hale End’s most exciting prospects set for big things at the Emirates.

Ethan Nwaneri (15)

One of only two players to feature for Arsenal’s first team on this list is attacking midfielder Nwaneri.

The 15-year-old made history in September last year, coming off the bench as a substitute during Arsenal’s 3-0 win over Brentford.

His cameo saw him become the youngest player to ever feature in the English top-flight at 15 years and 181 days.

Speaking after the game, Arteta revealed his admiration for the England U17 player, stating: “The first time I met him, I looked into his eyes and I had that feeling. I really liked what I saw.”

While he has not made a first-team appearance since, Nwaneri has continued to impress in the youth ranks, having scored seven goals in 14 appearances in all competitions this term.

Amario Cozier-Duberry (17)

Arsenal’s 1-0 defeat to Everton on Saturday was the second time Cozier-Duberry had been on the bench under Arteta, and perhaps in different circumstances, he may have been handed his debut.

The versatile winger, coined “Hale End’s finest” by scout Jacek Kulig, has been likened to England’s Player of the Year Bukayo Saka.

Fresh off signing a new contract with the club, Cozier-Duberry earned minutes in friendlies against AC Milan, Juventus and Lyon during the World Cup break.

His two penalties against Watford on Monday add to his nine goals across all competitions this season.

Myles Lewis-Skelly (16)

Next on the Hale End conveyor belt is Lewis-Skelly.

The midfielder, who can operate as a number eight or number six, announced himself to Arsenal fans with a dazzling performance against the Hornets.

Compilations of his match have circulated on Twitter, leaving fans drooling over the midfielder’s lightening quick feet.

On one occasion, Lewis-Skelly won the ball on the half-way line and drove at Watford’s defence, beating several players before winning his side a penalty.

Supporters will hope the Gunners can tie him down to a permanent contract soon, with the club currently in the market for ball-winning central midfielders.

Charlie Patino (19)

Patino, dubbed as the new Granit Xhaka, is the most experienced player of the group, playing and scoring for Arsenal in the EFL Cup last season.

He has spent this campaign on loan at Blackpool, displaying his versatility and range of passing in midfield.

Scout Brian Stapleton described watching Patino at a young age, stating: “Of all the years I’ve been scouting, he’s the best kid I’ve ever seen,” he told Goal.

High praise indeed. But Patino has long been threatening to break into the first team, and his time may be approaching, with fans calling for his loan spell to be terminated and the player return to the Emirates.