Goalkeeper Ross Durrant and defender Charlie Gatter have joined Boston United.
New manager Adam Murray has moved to bring in the duo as he prepares for his first match in charge of the Pilgrims at FC United of Manchester this afternoon (KO 3pm).
Durrant, 21, has joined permanently from Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division side Ilkeston.
He was formerly on the books of Nottingham Forest and played an hour of the Garibaldi Reds’ 4-1 friendly victory at the Jakemans Stadium at the start of the 2015-16 season.
Teenager Gatter has arrived on loan from Championship side Burton Albion and has recently had a loan spell with Spalding United.
Striker Lamin Colley is also in contention today after returning from his loan spell with Scarborough Athletic.
There have also been some outgoings at the Jakemans Stadium this week, with full back Courtney Wildin joining Hednesford Town on loan to get some much-needed game time.
Meanwhile, loanees Joe Robinson and Taylor Miles have also returned to their parent clubs.
Robinson was due to stay with the Pilgrims until the new year but he has cut short his spell and returned to Ipswich Town.
Miles is back with Lincoln City after his month-long loan came to an end.