Michael Stewart is one of two trialists set to play for Leeds United in a training ground friendly on Monday.
The 29-year-old Scotland international has joined up with the club on a trial basis and will be coming under the watchful eye of manager Simon Grayson.
Stewart arrives having spent time on the continent, following spells with Hibs and Hearts.
The Edinburgh-born player actually started his career as a schoolboy with Rangers before joining Manchester United in 1998, where he made a handful of appearances. He has also featured for Nottingham Forest.
A French midfielder(rumoured to be former Manchester City player Ousmane Dabo) is also set to feature in a game that will also see January signing David Gonzalez pull on a Leeds shirt for the first time.
"We've got a couple of lads up here on trial who will play on Monday," said the boss.
"As ever we'll have a look at them over the next few days and see how things go."
Ross McCormack will return from illness to play in the game, and the boss will utilise his squad members for more important time on the pitch.
MICHAEL STEWART: PLAYER PROFILE