10 Under-23 players to look out for in the 2018 S.League

With under-23 players set to play a bigger role in next year's S.League, FourFourTwo takes a look at the 10 youngsters who could take center-stage come 2018...

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Adam Swandi, 21

One of a number of Home United starlets to make this list, Adam was a familar face in Aidil Sharin’s side this year. 

Having broken into the national team at the age of 17, Adam spent two years at French side Metz, before returning to Singapore to join the Young Lions. He then made the move to the Protectors this season.

2017 has been a decent year for the creative playmaker, as he managed to notch seven goals in all appearances, becoming a regular for Home.

Playing in the same side as the likes of Stipe Plazibat, Faris Ramli and Hariss Harun, Adam seems to have grown and the best could be yet to come from him.

Amiruldin Asraf, 20

After finishing as the top scorer in last season's Prime League with 19 goals, Amiruldin made the step up to the Home United senior squad this year.

He has shown signs of potential, scoring in his first appearance of the season during the 3-0 win over Phnom Penh Crown in an AFC Cup qualifier, netting two league goals and firing home the winner in the third place Singapore Cup play-off win against Hougang United.

Despite Singapore's underwhelming showing at the 2017 SEA Games, Amiruldin will be fondly remembered for netting a peach of a goal against rivals Malaysia - although the team did eventually lose 2-1.

Should Plazibat and Faris leave the Protectors, Amiruldin could find himself as one of Home's main men and he could well shine.