Rob Smith, the new manager of Evo-Stik League Premier club Hednesford Town, moved to bolster his squad with the signing of two new players, with another heading to Keys Park this week.
Joining the club are Joe Fitzpatrick and Conor Levingston, with both being registered in time to be included in Saturday`s home win against Sutton Coldfield Town.
Fitzpatrick, 20, began his career at Wolverhampton Wanderers before moving to Mansfield Town.
The Oldbury-born central midfielder spent time on loan at Sutton Coldfield before linking up with Worcester City and Boston United.
He was most recently with Vanarama National League North side AFC Telford United under Rob Smith and Larry Chambers` management.
Levingston joins on a month’s youth loan from Wolves.
The talented midfielder comes to Keys Park highly-rated, having earned a new one-year deal at Molineux earlier this year.
Born in Ireland, Levingston was snapped up by Wolves at the age of 15 some four years ago.
Midfielder Jed Davies is joining Hednesford on loan from National League North side Tamworth for an initial period of one month.
Lambs` manager Andy Morrell said: “Hopefully he can go out and get some minutes and rip it up there.”
The Pitmen can also confirm that Phil Male and Andy Ling have departed the club following the change in management, but Smith has brought in Mark Swann to join the coaching staff.
Two added to Pitmen squad: https://t.co/YKU2tpYkdT
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