Stirling Albion manager Stuart McLaren is hoping to add two more forwards to his squad ahead of the new season.
Former Stenhousemuir and Queen of the South player Salim Kouider-Aissa, 19, is in line for a deal after featuring as a trialist and McLaren also wants to bring in another striker.
Speaking after Friday’s 5-0 defeat to English League 1 side Oldham Athletic in a Forthbank friendly, he said: “We’d like Salim to be part of the club – he has been with us since the start of pre-season training and has done well.
“We’ll be speaking to him again and hopefully we will get something agreed but we would also look to add another striker with a bit more experience.”
Reflecting on the Oldham match, he added: “The only shame will be if we don’t learn the lessons from it but you have to keep it in perspective – Oldham are preparing to play at a much higher level and they were very impressive.
“In terms of the changes we made, Ross McMillan and Sean Dickson were both feeling a bit tight in their thighs, which is why we took them off, but they will be fine.
“Ross Smith gave his ankle a tweak against Hearts, which is why he missed the Oldham game, but he should be OK for Elgin on Saturday.”