Vill Powell, manager of Evo-Stik League North club Brighouse Town, added a new signing to the fold before the window slammed shut.
Midfielder Oliver Crowley has moved to The Yorkshire Payments Stadium from Evo-Stik League Premier side Stalybridge Celtic on a deal until the end of the season.
Crowley came through the Everton youth system before transferring to Watford’s youth system.
His goal against Leyton Orient for the youth team was voted goal of the season for the 2012/13 season.
After Orient, he joined Bacup & Rossendale Borough for a while, before joining Stalybridge in June 2013.
He won the young player of the year award in 2014, and after leaving Celtic, he moved to America in 2015 and played for New Orleans Jesters before returning in 2017 to play for FC United of Manchester from where he returned to Celtic for a second spell in September.
After losing four players, including Waide Fairhurst, in the past week or so, Powell has moved fast to bring in Crowley for the remaining nine games of the season.