Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes the club's attacking future is bright.
City beat Crystal Palace on Saturday with Gabriel Jesus, Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling central to the performance.
The average age of those three is just 20 and many believe City now have the best young attacking options in Europe.
"These three players will be the future in the next three or four years, I’m pretty sure of that," the manager said.
"Raz is playing in a row every three days at a high level, scored a lot of goals, assists, dangerous in box.
"Gabriel is No 9 for Brazil and Leroy we spent a lot on him because we believe he has the potential - so the next three or four years will be the future of the club.
"But in the big clubs you have to achieve results immediately and that’s why they have to play good now, not in 3 years."
You can watch the second half of Pep's press conference above.