Reuben Noble-Lazarus was one of several first-team players to feature in Barnsley reserves' comfortable 3-0 win over York.

The Huddersfield schoolboy played alongside Kayode Odejayi up front, while fellow first-team players Rob Atkinson, Marciano Van Homoet and Mounir El Haimour also looked to improve their match fitness.

Noble-Lazarus was on hand to help the reserves beat York City 3-0 as Tyronne Crapper opened the scoring, Kayode Odejayi added a second and Dominic Western came off the bench to complete the tally.

Arsenal, Manchester United and Aston Villa are all said to be keeping an eye on the 15-year-old who made history by becoming the youngest player to feature in a Football League match when he came on in the defeat to Norwich.

Barnsley are bracing themselves for bids for the player when the transfer window opens in January.
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