The 2014 FIFA World Cup is a little under two months away, and most of the column inches over the coming weeks will likely be devoted to those established star names who could have a big say in how far their nation goes in the tournament.
With the likes of Gigi Buffon, Steven Gerrard, Xavi Hernandez and Bastian Schweinsteiger all having more than a century of caps for their respective countries, there's a reason they receive more attention than most: they're very, very good and have been for a long time.
But what of those supporting acts, the players who have only recently established themselves on the international scene?
There are always a few who manage to find a place in the squad despite not having a wealth of international experience behind them, and it's those players who—perhaps less prepared for by the opposition or simply coming into form at the right time—can sometimes be the ones who make the biggest difference.
Here are 50 such players who could easily make a huge impact at the finals in Brazil.