Nepotism is not an option in the world of Soccer. It does not really matter how good your father was at the game. If you want to become a top soccer player, success comes down to what you can do on the field. In fact, having a famous soccer dad can be more of a hindrance, and the weight of a celebrated surname can weigh too heavily on a youngster's shoulders. Here's a look at four talented youngsters aiming to make their own mark in the game of soccer, having been brought up by their famous soccer fathers:

Enzo Zidane

The elder Zidane just won two consecutive UEFA Champions League titles as Real Madrid head coach, adding to the one he clinched as a player with Santiago Barnabeu in 2001.

Zidane's son Enzo Zidane began his soccer career with Real Madrid, progressing through their youth academy ranks to finally make his first team debut last term, scoring in a Copa del Rey victory over Cultural Leonesa, However, Enzo has a long way to go to emulate the world-class feats of his legendary father Zenedine Zidane. But under his father's guidance he could reach the top of the game one day.

Justin Kluivert

Patrick Kluivert won seven club honors with Ajax Amsterdam including Europe's biggest club honor in 1995, scoring fifty goals in ninety-seven games for the Dutch giants. Elder Kluivert played for Newcastle United, AC Milan and Barcelona and his son Justin Kluivert is already making an impact in the Dutch top flight league.

Just eighteen, the young striker netted two goals for Ajax Amsterdam, and he's highly-rated on the Dutch national youth teams.

Giovanni Simeone

Diego Simeone is arguably one of the best managers in the world of soccer, and his son Giovanni Simeone has the potential to also be one of the best attackers in a few years. Starting his soccer career with Argentinian giants River Plate, Giovanni earned a move to Italian Serie A club Genoa last summer, and went on to bag twelve goals in 31 matches at the age of 21.

Giovanni is an Argentinian youth international and has been highly commended for his energy and work on the field, showing the same tenacious approach to the game of soccer as his father.

Marcus Thuram

Former Barcelona and Juventus defender Lilian Thuram remains the most capped player in the history of the French national team and his son Marcus Thuram will perhaps be hoping to snap that feat.

Marcus is an attacker, and he earned his first team professional debut for French club Sochaux in 2015. The 19-year-old striker has gone on to play in 43 matches for Sochaux, netting just once, and has also been capped at every youth cadre for France -- from U-17s to U-20s.