Jack Grealish began the 2015/16 season well – but by the end of it, injury issues hampered his progress.
After missing the first two games, he was back involved against Crystal Palace and scored his first goal for the club at Leicester – a big moment for the playmaking midfielder.
He suffered with a recurrent ankle problem and tonsillitis, which, in all, restricted him to 20 appearances in all competitions through the term.
There was some light at the end of the season, though, when Gareth Southgate called him up for England U21s as they get set to play in the Toulon Tournament.
The previous 2014/15 season was a breakthrough one for Grealish.
He earned the young player of the season award - and received his trophy following the last-day game against Burnley in B6.
Grealish joined Villa at the age of six and his great great grandfather, Billy Garraty, was also a footballer, who earned one England cap and won the 1905 FA Cup final with the club.