Ross County manager Derek Adams is yet to make decisions on any of the trialists who have featured in the first two pre-season fixtures.
County had six trialists in the side defeated 2-1 at Wick Academy on Saturday, with four staying on to start the 4-0 win against Rothes on Wednesday.
Adams will give the players another chance to impress in Saturday’s match at Elgin and said: “Everybody has done well, they’ve trained well, shown good attitudes and done well in the games.
“Two of them weren’t involved, as they are going back home. I haven’t made a decision on anybody yet, but I will do over the coming days.
“They’ve blended in well with the players here and that has been positive.”
Adams has already added four new signings and added: “We’ve been able to do our homework, but we have 14 signed players from the first-team and we’ve got scope to add to that. Of the six trialists, some of them are younger players so they would not all be for the first-team.”
Former County chairman Peter Swanson has returned to the Global Energy Stadium to take up a role as director of operations.
Swanson, who previously spent a decade as a director with the Staggies, has been identified as the man to drive County’s commercial vision separately from the club’s on-field matters.
Swanson said: “I don’t think we’ve lost contact with the community but over the past couple of seasons the focus has naturally been on top flight football and sustaining that. However the community is a big part of Ross County and the two parts are inextricably linked.
“If we don’t get the community and commercial side right then we can’t support the football, but on the other hand if the football doesn’t prosper we can’t support the community side of the club.”