Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle is pleased with their reputation for developing young players on-loan.
Coyle has Dedryck Boyata at Bolton this season from Manchester City.
He told the Bolton News: "I think it’s more than learning your trade I think we have to obviously look to do the best by our own club, now there are terrifically gifted young players out there at league clubs which Arsenal and Chelsea and Manchester United and these clubs are.
"There’s no shame in any of these players not making the starting eleven at such a young age; but if we feel that they are capable of playing in our team, then I would do everything I can to bring them to the club. I’ve also brought Dedryck Boyata in from Manchester City as well on loan and we like to utilise the loan market it. There are very gifted players, Jack Wilshire, and Daniel have come on at such a speed now, that Jack’s probably an integral part of the England team, let alone the Arsenal team and Daniel Sturridge for me will go onto be a world class striker."