Nathan Collins has bolstered his Boston Town ranks with a double signing.
The Poachers manager has swooped for midfielder Craig Mitchell and left-sided player Laurence McKay.
Mitchell, 25, has experience with Brigg Town and Cleethorpes Town while 19-year-old McKay has been on the books of Rotherham United.
During his spell with the Millers he played numerous times for their reserves.
“Both will be great additions for us,” Collins said.
A brace from Daryl Clare, plus goals from Lori Borbely and Sam Loughran helped Town beat UCL Premier rivals Stewarts & Lloyds Corby last night.
Town return to action again this Saturday, at Harborough Town (KO 3pm).
Struggling Harborough are second-bottom of the table before, a point ahead of basement side Corby.
Although they beat third-bottom Newport Pagnell 1-0 at Bowden Park on Saturday, Harborough have been on a horrible run of form.
Before the weekend’s success, they had been on a seven-match winless streak, losing five of those contests.
However, Collins - who warned his side he would be looking to shake his squad up - is telling his players not to expect an easy ride.
He said: “We seem to play well against the teams higher up and not so well against those around us.
“We need to treat all games the same way and start picking up some more points.”