HAYDEN Mullins admits he is yet to decide whether or not Colchester United will field their two trialists in their friendly against Spurs tomorrow night.

Richard Kone and Bayli Spencer-Adams have been training with the U’s and featured in their opening two pre-season friendlies against Watford and Billericay Town.

Former Newham Athletic striker Kone stole the show against Billericay with an eye-catching display which saw him grab a goal, an assist and also hit the woodwork.

Ex-Watford defender Spencer-Adams, a former academy player at both Arsenal and Spurs, is also aiming to impress.

Both players are bidding to earn a contract with Colchester and head coach Mullins, who is now aiming to trim his squad down after fielding two different sides at Watford, says he would like a longer look at the duo, before making a decision on any deal.

Mullins said: “We’ll definitely want to look at them a bit longer.

“We’ll keep them involved but whether they will be involved in the game against Tottenham, we’re not too sure yet.

“It’s injury dependent as well but both of them are doing OK.”

Colchester played two 60-minute games against Watford at the Premier League club’s training ground, last weekend.

The U’s lost the first game 2-1 and the second match 2-0 against a Hornets side boasting plenty of established names and Mullins was pleased with his squad’s efforts, on a swelteringly hot day.

He said: “The biggest thing for me was how we matched their output and athleticism.

“They’re a Premier League club and athletically, they’ve got power and pace that they exert.

“But it was good to see us match them at times really well physically and in the first game especially we imposed our game on them and pressed, which was really good.

“That’s what pre-season is all about; it’s all about the work.

“We had different teams in each half and equally both teams did exactly what we needed them to do.

“At times, we got stretched physically which was good and exactly what we needed.

“It was a tough test and I think everyone has come through it fine apart from Noah (Chilvers), who had a slight issue with his thigh so we had to sit him out of one of the periods.

“Hopefully, he’ll get back into training pretty quickly.”