2013/14 was a ground-breaking season for prop, Ethan Waller.
With Alex Corbisiero missing through injury, the youngser wasted no time in staking his claim for the Saints number one shirt alongside older brother Alex and is now one of four outstanding loose heads at the club.
Having come through the Saints Academy, Ethan turned out for the Wanderers on several occasions in 2010/11 before joining the Senior Academy.
His first duty as a full-timer was an appearance in the Premiership Sevens tournament at Franklin's Gardens in 2012. A loan spell at Coventry provided him with valuable senior experience, as did a spell with Championship campaigners Moseley in 2012/13, a season where he would also make his Saints senior bow against Quins.
Ethan made 27 appearances throughout the 2013/14 season, scoring two tries against London Irish and Leicester.
He was also named man of the match by Sky Sports for his fine scrummaging performances against England and Sale tight-head Henry Thomas in the Amlin Challenge Cup quarter finals.
Having emerged as one of the clubs most promising players, Ethan was voted Young Player of the Season at the 2014 End of Season Awards and will have his eye on further first team progression during the international windows.