Darren Freeman, manager of Bostik League South leaders Lewes, bolstered his squad for the Christmas fixtures with a trio of new signings.
Going straight into the squad for Saturday`s win at Sittingbourne was attacking midfielder Omarr Lawson.
Lawson has been a regular with league rivals VCD Atheltic this season, scoring 9 league goals for the Kent side.
He has previously been on the books of Dulwich Hamlet, Canvey Island, Bognor Regis Town and was briefly with the Rooks under Garry Wilson’s reign, although he didn’t make a first-team appearance in his first stint at the club.
With Matthew George still nursing the ankle injury he picked up at Carshalton Athletic, Lewes also announced that Leon Redwood has re-joined the club on a loan deal from Vanarama National League South neighbours Eastbourne Borough.
Redwood played for the Rooks during the 2015/16 season in the Ryman Premier, before leaving to join Burgess Hill Town.
He signed for Boro in the summer and will be with Lewes for a month.
Completing the new trio is Liam Wilson, son of the aforementioned former Rooks manager, Garry.
He was in Lewes` development squad during his dad’s reign at the Dripping Pan, and has spent the past couple of years playing for Providence College in Rhode Island, USA, where he’s been studying.