Lee Ashforth, the new manager of Evo-Stik League North club Ossett Town, has bolstered the ranks with the signing of Craig Nelthorpe and Nicky Boshell.
Nelthorpe, 30, joins from Vanarama National League North strugglers North Ferriby United.
The left-back or left winger played for Brodsworth Miners Welfare and Frickley Athletic before joining Doncaster Rovers in 2004 and he made his first-team debut in 2005.
He was loaned out on six occasions, playing for Hucknall Town, Kidderminster Harriers, Gateshead, Halifax Town and Darlington.
He joined Oxford United in 2009 and after being released by them he joined York City.
Having left the Minstermen after a season, he re-joined Gateshead.
Since then he has had numerous short spells with the likes of Gainsborough Trinity, Winterton Rangers, Matlock Town, Frickley Athletic, Brigg Town, Harrogate Town, where he played fifty-one times, Scarborough Athletic and North Ferriby, who he joined in November.
Ashforth has also secured the signing of former Guiseley AFC and Bradford Park Avenue attacking midfielder Nicky Boshell.
Boshell has had an excellent career to date playing in the National League North and is a quality signing to add further to the existing squad.
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— Ossett Town AFC (@OssettTownAFC) January 9, 2018