Ant Danylyk, manager of Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division South club Leek Town, has unveiled two more impressive new signings to his squad and confirmed a further two of last season`s squad have agreed terms.
Joining the club are Toby Mullarkey and Sam Grimshaw.
Mullarkey needs little introduction to Leek fans after impressing in a loan spell from Crewe Alexandra and helping Lee Casswell’s side to the play-off final in the 2014/15 season.
The defender, who can also operate in the centre of midfield, spent part of the last campaign on loan at Witton Albion and was snapped up by Danylyk following his release from Crewe at the end of the season.
Grimshaw is a left full-back or winger who finished last season at Stockport County after also having spells at Southport and Ramsbottom United.
He started his career at Manchester City before joining Altrincham and Glossop North End, and whilst with the Hillmen he impressed enough to earn trials at both Manchester United and Crewe Alexandra.
On top of the two signings Danylyk also confirmed that goalkeeper Chris Martin and Ryan Grocott, who can operate in midfield or at full-back, from last season`s squad have agreed to sign for the forthcoming campaign.
With seven of last season`s team staying on plus the player-manager himself and six new signings along with new assistant-manager Paul Donnelly, who is also signing a playing form, Danylyk is in relaxed mood about adding to his squad with the majority of his business now done.
Meanwhile, defender Warren Holmes has joined Alsager Town, whilst forward Aaron Daniels has also been confirmed as leaving the club.