Hednesford Town manager Bernard McNally has today bolstered his squad following the arrival of three new faces at Keys Park.
Firstly, 21-year-old Matt Regan, a high quality left-footed centre back, has joined after leaving Stalybridge Celtic. He has more recently been playing at New Mills FC to regain match fitness and previously spent a successful loan period with the Pitmen two years ago.
Another player to make a return to Keys Park is 26-year-old midfielder James McQuilkin who has joined the club after being released by AFC Telford United.
McQuilkin started his career with West Bromwich Albion as well as Hereford United and Walsall before spending a short spell at the club last season prior to signing for Torquay United.
Also joining the club is former Port Vale Academy goalkeeper Lloyd Ransome, 25, who was previously involved with Hednesford at Youth Team level. Lloyd has signed in order to provide cover for Dave Parton.
Departing the club meanwhile is Paul McCone. Following a request from the player himself, Hednesford have had it confirmed that the registration of the defender has been cancelled by the National League and as such he is no longer a Pitmen player.
McCone, who played 61 times and scored nine goals during his two spells with the club, verbally requested this action to be taken at the start of the week with the non-contract registration being cancelled.
Finally, midfielder Chris Spencer has returned to his parent club Mansfield Town after spending a one-month loan spell at Keys Park.