Hull City boss Steve Bruce is set to hand a Premier League chance to Conor Henderson and Matthew Fletcher.
22-year old midfielder Henderson is available on a free after he was released by Arsenal at the end of last season while 20-year old Australian Fletcher, who played under Bruce at Sunderland, is also without a club.
"Conor Henderson is someone we've had in training for the last couple of weeks. He didn't quite make the grade at Arsenal, but he's always had a lot of potential," he told the Hull Daily Mail.
"There's more to come from him. He scored a free-kick and played some lovely passes around the pitch so we've been impressed. He's someone we'll look to try and do something with to get him in on a permanent basis.
"Matthew Fletcher is another one we'll look to talk to in the next couple of days. I had him at Sunderland as an 18-year-old. He's an Australian boy who's gone to a few other clubs since then.
"I think he's come on and improved, so he could be someone that can help the group."