Suffering from a mini injury crisis, Ryman League Premier Division club Billericay Town have moved to strengthen their squad.
Loan signings Terence Van Cooten, a full-back from Sky Bet Championship side Reading, and Ade Yusuff, a prolific goalscorer at Chatham Town have both joined the Blues.
Former Stevenage, St Neots Town, Banbury United and AFC Hornchurch striker Yusuff’s goals in his first spell with Chatham drew the attention of Dagenham & Redbridge, who signed him on a two-year professional contract, beating a number of clubs to his signature.
He returned to Chatham this season.
Billericay have also welcomed returning faces Teddy Nesbitt on a dual registration with East Thurrock United and Shane Cojocarel on a three-month loan from League One side Barnet as well as Darelle Russell from Waltham Abbey.
Nesbitt, 23, joined the Rocks from Billericay in May, having signed for the Blues from Aveley in December 2014.
His other clubs include Southend United and Great Wakering Rovers.
Eighteen-year-old midfielder Cojocarel is yet to feature for the Bees first-team but has gained experienced out on loan with Billericay`s league rivals Metropolitan Police.
Forward Russell, who numbers Cheshunt, Harrow Borough and USA outfit Antigua Barracuda amongst his former clubs, has scored 7 goals in fifteen games for the Abbots this season.