QPR coach Neil Banfield says he has no doubt that the club’s star players are capable of gracing the Premier League.
Ilias Chair is another Rangers player to have caught the eye this season.
And Banfield, who spent 21 years on the coaching staff at Arsenal, has suggested it is inevitable that they will move on.
Banfield told West London Sport: “They’ve got really bright futures and I think they can definitely grace the Premier League.
“They can all handle the ball, they work hard, have got a good attitude and they’ve been schooled really well.
“Obviously we don’t want them to leave. We’d want them to stay at the club, get the club promoted and play in the Premier League for the Rangers.
“We’d love to get promoted and play with Ebs, Ilias and Brighty, but I think you’ve got to be realistic.
“We’re seeing, and hopefully the fans are seeing, that there is now a structure and a way we want to develop.
“But the real world is that if a club comes in now with loads of money then those lads have got to go. It’s just a fact of life.”