Reading named the four trialists appearing in the 4-2 pre-season defeat to Southampton on Saturday.

Taking in excess of 10 free agents for training and trial matches over the course of pre-season, the club usually avoid naming them.

However; Tivonge Rushesha, Olamide Shodipo, Oan Djorkaeff and Tyler Bindon were all named on the teamsheet and featured against the Saints.

But, who are they?

Tivonge Rushesha

A midfielder who has been with the Royals since their pre-season trip to Spain, the former Wales Under-18 international has been watched keenly in Berkshire.

Only 21, Rushesha was released by Swansea City over the summer after making one professional appearance against Cambridge United in the EFL Trophy four years ago.

A regular for the Swans in youth football, with 20 Under-18 Premier League appearances and 13 in the PL2 system, he has pedigree in Academy football.

Looking out of his depth against Southampton, it is hardly surprising when lining up against England international James Ward-Prowse and Championship regular Will Smallbone.

Olamide Shodipo

The most well-known of the four trialists, Shodipo has almost 150 professional appearances in the EFL.

A Queens Park Rangers youth product, the winger played 44 times and had five loan spells away from Loftus Road.

Formerly a Republic of Ireland Under-21 international, the 26-year-old scored twice in 20 appearances for Oxford United last season.

Scoring a late consolation against Southampton, the speedstar was one of the better peformers on Saturday.

Oan Djorkaeff

A left-field pick-up, Djorkaeff comes from good stock as the son of France legend and World Cup winner, Youri.

Less prolific than his father, Oan has predominantly played for French league 'B' Teams, as well as a two-game spell in Scotland with St Mirren.

Playing in the second tier of Swiss football last season, the midfielder scored eight goals and picked up six assists in just 15 appearances.

Getting fans talking after a cameo against Sutton United, Djorkaeff has failed to start any of the warm-up matches.

Tyler Bindon

Another with a few weeks pre-season work under his belt, the teenager went to Spain with Ruben Selles' squad.

Still only 18, the central defender has featured in second halves of each of the Royals' friendlies, usually alongside Jeriel Dorsett and Nelson Abbey.

Leaving LAFC over the summer, the American Under-19 has looked comfortable alongside the rest of the 'Academy' sides usually put on for the final 30 minutes.