Leicester City have one of the most robust and balanced midfield's in the English Premier League with the likes of James Maddison, Youri Tielemans and Wilfred Ndidi.
But one name that has been making his way up the ranks through the youth academy into the main team is Hamza Choudhury.
Energetic, strong and not afraid to put in a tackle, Choudhury has shown signs of turning into a fantastic defensive midfielder in the EPL.
As the name gives away, Choudhury comes from a Bangladeshi family and his mother and step-father are from the Dewan Bari in Snanghat Union, Bahubal, Habiganj.
His father, however, is from Granada making his roots a mix of Grenadian and Sylheti.
The 22-year-old as a result is fluent in both English and Bangla and has visited Bangladesh as a kid.
Choudhury, 5 foot 10, did not initially have a good start to the Leicester squad when he was selected in 2015.
That season (2014-15), Leicester battled for relegation and Choudhury made 25 appearances without really having much of an impact.
That saw him moved on a loan deal to League One side Burton Albion where he made 26 appearances and impressed with his performances in the 2016-17 season.
From there, it was back into the Leicester City team that had just won the Premier League the previous season (2015-16).
The consistent performances continued and as Choudhury was in and out of the team for the next few seasons.
In August 30, 2019, Leicester City signed Hamza Choudhury on a new four-year contract.
Although there has been talk if Choudhury would be interested in playing for Bangladesh, he made his debut for the England national U-21 side in 26 May 2018.
From there, he has risen to the England U-23 team during the 2019 Uefa European U-21 Championship.
However, in his opening game against France there, he was shown a red card for a reckless tackle.In fact, in his last game against Liverpool at Anfield, where Leicester lost 2-1, Choudhury was yellow-carded for a tackle from behind on Mo Salah, leaving the Egyptian injured.
In the post-match interview and also the post-match press-conference, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp fumed at the nature of the tackle and expected it to be more than a yellow card.
"I stand here and should be only happy because of the way the boys did it, but I cannot get over the Choudhury yellow card," he told Sky Sports. "He should know better."
It's an area of his game that he can certainly work on and improve, but the way he has progressed so far, a regular spot in the Leicester City starting XI beckons.