Watford have confirmed the next batch of youngsters who will start their two-year scholarships with the club in the summer.

Four of the seven future scholars were introduced to the Vicarage Road crowd alongside Graham Taylor on Saturday and a brief description of each player from the Hornets’ website can be seen below.

- Austin Eaton (midfielder) from Hitchin was part of the first intake at The Harefield Academy and is the first of the new scholars.

- Kamaron English (left winger) from Sudbury Hill has represented the Under-18s this season and has also been at The Harefield Academy.

- Bernard Mensah (striker) is from Isleworth and is a natural goalscorer. He has proven this by scoring several goals for the Under-18s this season, as well as playing a key role in the FA Youth Cup run.

- David O'Connor from Watford was another key player in last year's Milk Cup and is a versatile defender that reads the game very well.

- Another lad who likes to find the net is Luke O'Nien (attacking midfielder) from Hemel Hempstead. He has represented the Under-18 team this season. Out of all the boys, Luke has been with the Hornets the longest, having joined at the age of six.

- Jack Westlake (midfielder) is another with an eye for goal, and comes from Wendover. He joined us when he was eight-years-old. Along with Austin and Kamaron, Jack was also part of the first intake into The Harefield Academy.

- The final new scholar is Jordan Wilmore (defender) from Enfield. He is a tough-tackling defender who also likes to get forward. Jordan has been with us since the age of 14, and now goes to school at The Harefield Academy.