Arsenal were heavily active ahead of this season in terms of bringing young players to the club, with six prospects brought in.
Here’s a look at how each of them have fared so far.
The Swedish striker, who was previously at Malmo, has hit the ground running, scoring three goals in six games for the U23s and helping Steve Bould’s side to drastically improve their form.
Despite his prowess in front of goal, it appears that Moller’s strength could be his link-up play as he often uses his height to excellent effect, while he has combined effectively with Folarin Balogun.
Moller is starting to train regularly with the first-team and could well make his senior debut at some point in 2021.
A rather surprise signing, the winger made a good impression during the early stages of his Arsenal career before an injury stopped him in his tracks.
Lewis scored against Tottenham Hotspur in a pre-season friendly and then netted against Ipswich Town in the EFL Trophy, while he also featured fleetingly for the first-team in a friendly versus MK Dons.
The 20-year-old will now hope that he can stay fit so he can demonstrate what he is capable of on a regular basis.
Prior to Akinola’s arrival, Arsenal were sorely lacking a defensive-minded midfielder at U23 level, and the 19-year-old has helped to fill that void.
It is clear that Akinola doesn’t possess the same technical qualities as many of his team-mates, but the former Huddersfield Town youngster is effective at breaking up play.
At present it is difficult to envisage Akinola making a major impact at first-team level for Arsenal, but he still has time on his side to improve further.
The centre-back crossed the divide to join Arsenal after leaving Tottenham Hotspur and he featured prominently earlier in the campaign.
However, in recent weeks Dinzeyi has been used sparingly due to several first-team centre-backs receiving runouts at U23 level.
Dinzeyi will hope that he can play regularly in the second half of the season as he looks to prove that he deserve an extended stay at the club.
An exciting prospect who can play as a midfielder or out wide, Salah-Eddine showed some tantalising glimpses of his ability in the early weeks of the season.
However, the youngster then suffered an injury which he is still recovering from, although it is hoped that he will be back in action soon.
Salah-Eddine possesses much in the way of potential and he will look to catch the eye for the U23s in 2021.
A skilful winger who was previously with Ajax, Ideho has been eased in slowly at Arsenal, often featuring as a substitute.
An exciting player who relishes taking opponents on, he is still eligible to play for the U18s but will hope to mainly be involved with the U23s.
Given that there aren’t many right sided wingers in the U23s, he could well make that position his own for Bould’s side in the near future.