BARRY Wilson is hoping to have two new players in his squad in time for Saturday’s trip to Berwick Rangers.
Elgin City have had two young Ross County defenders training with them this week.
And Wilson revealed he hopes to tie up loan deals for the un-named pair for the weekend, and certainly by next week.
Both defenders, the players trained on Tuesday night and are set to train again on Thursday with the North-based squad.
The manager is looking for a positive reaction for the trip to Berwick Rangers.
Wilson was disappointed with the display against East Stirling in last weekend’s 3-0 defeat and admits they got what they deserved.
"I need performances first and foremost. We had it for half an hour against Albion Rovers a couple of weeks ago but not much last week.
Wilson believes two or three new faces would also give the current squad a boost as they try to finish the season with some kind of flourish.
City’s game at Berwick Rangers on Saturday will kick off at 4pm after the SPFL granted a request for a later start to allow Berwick directors to attend the funeral of fellow director and club sponsor Jeff Burnlees, who died last week.
An Elgin City spokesperson said: "Elgin City directors and staff wish to send their condolences to the Burnlees family and to all at Berwick Rangers."
Read the full interview with Barry Wilson in ‘The Northern Scot’ print version tonight.