Goalkeeper Christian Dibble has joined Boston United.
The 22-year-old - who began his career at Barnsley and ended last season at Chelmsford City - is the son of former Manchester City stopper Andy Dibble.
He has also had a spell with the Pilgrims’ National League North rivals Nuneaton Town.
Dibble and fellow new signing Jason St Juste trained with Boston for the first time last night.
The 30-year-old St Kitts and Nevis international became the Pilgrims’ ninth summer signing after penning a one-year deal on Saturday.
St Juste has Football League experience with Darlington, and has also made appearances for the likes of FC Halifax Town, AFC Fylde, Bradford Park Avenue, Whitehawk and North Ferriby United, who he helped lift the FA Trophy at Wembley.
And Greene believes that St Juste coud bring some added experience to his freshly-assembled squad - after finally getting his man.
“I’ve tried to sign him a couple of times before,” the Boston manager said.
“I’m pleased to get him, finally.
“He’s a well-respected player at this level and we’re happy he’s joined us.
“He’s got plenty of ability, which has been shown at this level before.”
St Juste has a handful of caps for the Sugar Boyz, where he has been a teammate of former Pilgrim Zeph Thomas, but declined an international call-up two seasons ago to help Ferriby defeat Wrexham at Wembley.
Speaking before last night’s arrival of Dibble, Greene hinted that his summer spending spree may now be coming to an end.
He told The Standard on Monday: “We want to bring in a goalkeeper, but that might be our last piece of business because we’ve already brought in players we think will give us a strong squad.”