Crawley City boss Dermot Drummy claims that football in League Two is the 'real world'.
The former Chelsea U-21 boss currently has Mitchell Beeney and Alex Davey on loan from the Blues and believes playing at senior level at a lower grade could be better for development for younger players than playing against their own age group.
"Coming on loan to clubs like this is good for these players. This is the real world. It is three points, and you do it, or you are out," he told the Daily Express.
"I am trying to get the same ethic here as there is at Chelsea, but it takes time. It is difficult in the physicality of League Two.
"I have got a grounding that can help these players. I didn't make it as a player at Arsenal.
"I went non-League, drove a cab, got in at four in the morning and then went coaching. My journey has been different. But it means I can talk to these lads.
"I learned from Liam Brady at Arsenal - don't get carried away, believe in what you are doing."