CANADIAN Darryl Kaluzniak will be hoping to win a full season's contract with First Division Happy Valley, who are expected to give newly signed Scottish goalkeeper Kenny Barnstaple the axe. Barnstaple, 27, from Stenhousemuir was one of five Scottish players signed by Happy Valley last month. But coach Leung Sui-wing said Barnstaple had so far failed to live up to expectations. 'Unfortunately, Barnstaple isn't suitable for us and we will probably look for a new goalkeeper before the start of the season. 'But he will travel with the team to the Tiger Beer Challenge tournament.' It is understood that Happy Valley are generally disappointed with the Scottish expatriates and Meadowbank striker John Brock could also face the axe. With changes likely to be made before the President Cup seven-a-side tournament at the end of the month, it leaves the door open for Kaluzniak to try and win a place in the squad. Kaluzniak, who formerly played for the Edmonton Strikers in the Canadian semi-pro league, paid his way to the territory and has had trials with Rangers and Hong Kong Football Club. Club were impressed with the 24-year-old Canadian but were unable to offer the player a professional contract because of the club's amateur status. Leung was also impressed with Kaluzniak saying: 'It is too early to say whether we will sign him on. We will give him a chance to prove himself in our tour of China.'