Luton Town's Gabriel Osho, who played a key role in getting the Hatters promoted to the top-flight, made his Premier League debut in Sunday's 3-1 defeat to Aston Villa.

Born and raised in Reading, the defender rose through the club's Academy and 10 first-team appearances from 2018 until 2020.

He has now become the 16th Royals Academy graduate to make their top-flight bow since 1999.

Take a look at the remaining 15 below.

Michael Olise- 63 Premier League appearances

Perhaps the most talented individual to come out of the club over the last 20 years, Olise played over 70 times and won EFL Young Player of the Season in his final campaign before moving to Crystal Palace for £8m in 2021.

Catching the eye in the Premier League, the 21-year-old has been a regular over the last two seasons but is yet to appear this campaign due to injury.

Tariqe Fosu- 1 Premier League appearance

Spending over a decade in the ranks at Reading, the winger managed just one competitive appearance for the club before having to work his way back up the leagues at Charlton Athletic and Oxford United.

Playing a key role in Brentford earning promotion to the Premier League, his solitary top-flight appearance came in a behind-closed-doors defeat to Leicester City.

He spent time on loan with Stoke City and Rotherham United last season before his release from West London.

Jack Stacey- 29 Premier League appearances

A youth team regular alongside Fosu, Stacey managed six appearances in 2014/15 before earning back-to-back promotions with Luton Town in an impressive spell.

Four seasons with AFC Bournemouth brought two years of Premier League football and almost 30 league appearances before dropping down over the summer to join Championship Norwich City.

Michael Hector- 4 Premier League appearances

Needing to bide his time before getting a first-team chance, 11 loan spells to be precise, Hector became a regular over 2014/15 and 2015/16, leading to Chelsea splashing out to sign the defender after nearly 90 Royals appearances..

Never playing for the Blues, he moved to Fulham in 2019 and helped them earn promotion to the Premier League.

Playing just four times, he has returned to being a Football League regular with Sheffield Wednesday and Charlton Athletic.

Alex McCarthy- 147 Premier League appearances

A vastly-experienced goalkeeper with England caps to his name, it was his 13 Premier League appearances for Reading in 2012/13 that earned his plaudits despite relegation.

The number one for 2013/14 as Nigel Adkins' side narrowly missed out on a playoff spot, the keeper has remained in the top flight ever since with Queens Park Rangers and Southampton.

No longer a regular for the Championship Saints, McCarthy has made just one cup appearance this season.

Dominic Samuel- 1 Premier League appearance

A very highly-rated forward coming through the ranks, Samuel made his first-team debut away to Sunderland in the Premier League.

It was to be his only top flight appearance and he never lived up to the hype, departing in 2017 after 16 Royals appearances.

He now plays non-league football at Ebbsfleet United.

Ben Hamer- 23 Premier League appearances

A Football League stalwart with almost 400 career appearances and 12 clubs to his name, it took five years from leaving Reading in 2011 to make his top-flight debut when joining Leicester City.

Never playing more than eight top-flight matches in one season, the 35-year-old was in between the sticks for the Foxes and Huddersfield Town during five seasons in the Premier League.

Hal Robson-Kanu- 94 Premier League appearances

Involved in squads during Reading's first Premier League stint, he never made it onto the pitch until he was a key member of the squad earning promotion back there in 2012.

Scoring seven top-flight goals in 25 appearances for Reading, he returned to the Premier League for a three-year stint with West Brom, never topping his tally from 2012/13.

Jem Karacan- 21 Premier League appearances

Similar to Robson-Kanu, his chance would not come until the club were rebuilding following relegation from the Premier League in 2008.

Becoming a staple in the side, the Turkey youth international was vital in the 2011/12 promotion-winning side and made 21 appearances during the 2012/13 season.

Never getting the chance to return there with his two EFL clubs after leaving Reading, he won promotion back to the Championship with Bolton Wanderers in 2017.

Gylfi Sigurdsson- 318 Premier League appearances

Possibly the only player who can knock Michael Olise off the perch of being the most talented Academy graduate, Sigurdsson left Reading for the Bundesliga in 2010 and never dropped out of the top flight until his Everton exit in 2022.

Racking up combined fees of over £50m and becoming regulars for Tottenham Hotspur, Swansea City and Everton- Sigurdsson became a staple of the Premier League for a decade.

Off-field matters saw him released from Goodison Park, but he now plays in the Danish top division.

Alex Pearce- 19 Premier League appearances

A club legend with almost 250 appearances to his name, only 19 came during the 2012/13 campaign after he was voted Player of the Season during the 2011/12 title-winning year.

Vastly experienced with over 470 EFL appearances to his name, the former Republic of Ireland international has been a respected name and captain for well-supported clubs like Derby County and Millwall.

Shane Long- 344 Premier League appearances

The Reading youngster with the most top-flight appearances to his name, Long scored five goals in 50 Premier League games for the Royals before spending 11 consecutive years there with West Brom, Hull City and Southampton.

A record-breaker, Long scored the quickest Premier League goal for the Saints against Watford but only enjoyed one year in which he netted double-figure league goals.

Returning to Berkshire last season to finish his playing days, Long scored twice in his final year as a professional.

Simon Cox- 37 Premier League appearances

Reading born-and-bred, the striker left the club originally after failing to get a chance in the Premier League from 2006 until 2008.

Making his name at Swindon Town, West Brom signed the forward and he scored one top-flight goal in almost 40 appearances.

He returned to Reading in 2014 for another short spell, before ending his career at Southend United and in Australia.

Darius Henderson- 35 Premier League appearances

A Football League star with almost 500 career games under his belt, Henderson made his name in the second and third tiers for hometown club Reading, making over 70 appearances before leaving in 2003.

Four years later, he would get his chance in the Premier League after helping Watford secure promotion alongside the Royals in 2006.

The Hornets came bottom and Henderson scored just three goals, and the striker never returned despite featuring for the likes of Nottingham Forest, Millwall and Sheffield United in a 17-year professional career.

Jamie Ashdown- 42 Premier League appearances

Playing 13 times for Reading, the keeper struggled to get past Marcus Hahnemann and had to make do with lots of loan spells away.

However, he made Portsmouth his home and spent eight years with Pompey, racking up nearly half a century of Premier League appearances and over 100 for the club in total.

Winning the FA Cup in 2009 was a highlight, working his way down the pyramid following his Fratton Park exit in 2012 and is still playing for Ascot United at 42 years old.