MATTHEW REVIS could be set for an exciting couple of months if his performances in the ongoing Royal London Cup are anything to go by.

The all-rounder, 19, has been one of Yorkshire’s standout performers during the first half of their 50-over campaign, catching the eye with bat and ball.

Fellow young guns Harry Duke, George Hill and Will Luxton have grabbed headlines over the last week or so through excellent batting performances.

And Revis has also shown his capabilities as a powerful middle order batsman and a fast improving seamer, highlighted best in defeat against Somerset at Taunton on Sunday.

He led a recovery from 89-5 to 158-5 in the 20 overs per side contest, posting 58 not out. In defence, he claimed a wicket and two catches.

On List A debut against Surrey at Scarborough just less than a fortnight ago, he top-scored with 43.

A few more key contributions, hopefully starting against Warwickshire at York's Clifton Park tomorrow (11am), and coach Andrew Gale could have a selection headache ahead of the latter stages of the County Championship and Vitality Blast.

“I’m not sure what the availability of the England lads is going to be, so it’s all about putting performances in,” said Revis.

“But I’ll just take one game at a time and see where that takes me.”

Revis forms part of an exciting crop of youngsters coming through at Yorkshire, ones who have been handed the current spotlight with 10 players away in the Hundred.

“I’ve played with Dukey, Hilly and also Leechy (Dom Leech) and Wharts (James Wharton), who aren’t here, pretty much since I was 11,” he went on.

“In a couple of years, we’ll really be knocking on the door.”