Jackie McNamara will run the rule over four trialists as Partick Thistle head to Yorkshire for a pre-season training camp.
The Firhill manager put his squad through their paces at Glasgow Green yesterday as his players returned from their summer holidays ahead of the new campaign.
They travelled to the Catterick Garrison of the 1st Battalion Scots Guards today and will spend the rest of the week in Yorkshire before taking on Blyth Spartans in a friendly on Saturday, McNamara's first match since being appointed boss on a full-time basis.
Former Southampton winger Jack Boyle, ex-Celtic defender Kieran Brennan, Montrose star Aaron Sinclair and Ian Cameron – son of coach Ian Cameron – will have the chance to impress the Jags boss and try to win a deal for next season.
Also making the trip south is young Jag, Kyle Lochhead, with the 18-year-old defender given the chance to remain at Firhill, despite being told he would not be offered a contract by former boss Ian McCall.
McNamara said: "Kieran is coming with us to England, and so are Aaron, Jack and Ian. They will come down with us and we will see how they get on. We have brought Kyle Lochhead in for pre- season as well.
"He got a chance in the team last season, so we will see how things progress over the next few weeks.
"Kyle is someone I like, he had a great attitude towards the end of last season and it is something we will think about. The biggest thing for me is money, so we will see what we can do with any players we are looking to bring in."