England's Young Lions took the world by storm when they won the Under 17 World Cup in India in 2017.
The team had some of the best talents of their generation with some going to live up to their hype; the lot having the likes of Jadon Sancho, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Phil Foden.
But how have the other players faired?
England's goalkeeper in India, who scored a penalty against Japan in the last-16 has been training with Scottish Premiership side Hibernian as he searches for a new club.
The right has been a constant figure at Fulham FC under Scott Parker regime.
England's captain in 2017 is on loan with Dutch side FC Twente for the season from parent club Manchester City.
The centre-back has just joined Championship side Swansea on loan from Chelsea.
Left-back Panzo is currently on loan at Belgian club Cercle Bruges from parent club Monaco.
The 19-year-old plays regularly for Tottenham's Under 23 team in the Premier League 2 competition.
Plays regularly for their Under 23 side and also for the Under 21s in the EFL Trophy.
The 19-year old is highly regarded at Manchester City and has seen more first-team opportunities. He has been a consistent figure in City’s cup competitions.
Has been with Wolves even before the competition and continues to feature for the club despite lack of enough game time.
Odoi has taken great strides since winning the World Cup, making his breakthrough into the Chelsea team and then becoming a regular under Maurizio Sarri and now Frank Lampard.
The Golden Boot winner back in 2017 is currently on loan at Championship side Swansea City from Liverpool.
Been partly involved with the first team under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United.
Been at Crystal Palace where he has been a consistent figure on the bench.
The midfielder has just joined Swansea on loan from Chelsea.
The back-up keeper from the World Cup is currently on loan at Accrington Stanley in League One from his club Stoke City.
Crellin plays for League One Fleetwood Town, starting a number of games in December having spent the early part of the season on loan at Chorley in the National League.
The defender Eyoma captains Tottenham's Under 23 team.
The 19-year-old centre-half continues to play for Everton’s Under 23 team.
The striker is in Reading's first-team squad and has played 12 times for the Royals this season.
Emile Smith Rowe
The 19-year-old joined Championship side Huddersfield Town on loan until the end of the season from parent club Arsenal.
Despite leaving the tournament early after participating in the group stage, he remains one of the shining stars of the team where he is a key member of Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund.