Ross County manager Jim McIntyre will decide on trialist goalkeeper Jonathan Henly once the Staggies are back from their pre-season training camp in Hungary.
County play the final game of their seven-day trip against Hungarian Second Division side Szolnoki MAV this afternoon and Henly will start.
The 21-year-old joined the Staggies on trial a fortnight ago, after being released by English Championship side Reading at the end of last season.
Henly is a Scotland under-21 international, and has so far impressed McIntyre, who is looking to add a second goalkeeper to provide competition for Scott Fox, after he joined from Partick Thistle earlier in the summer.
McIntyre said: “Scott played against Elgin on Saturday, and against Soroksar on Tuesday, but Jonathan will play against Szolnoki.
“He has continued training well for us in Hungary. He is a young goalkeeper who our goalkeeping coach Scott Thomson has worked with before in Scotland youth squads.
“He has done well and we will make a decision on him once we get back from Hungary.”
County have arranged a friendly against newly-promoted Dutch Eredivisie side NEC Nijmegen at Victoria Park next Saturday, with kick-off at 3pm.
McIntyre added: “After a really productive week away at our training camp in Hungary, we are looking forward to getting a game at our own park in front of our home crowd.
“NEC won the Dutch First Division last season and will play in the top tier, the Eredivisie, in the coming season so they are a very good side.
“After playing two decent sides in Hungary, it will be another step up in opposition and will be great preparation for the tough start we have to our Premiership campaign.”