Goalkeeper Matt Bulman has joined Skrill North club Worcester City to provide competition for the number one jersey with Jose Veiga.
Twenty-seven-year-old Bulman has recently left Conference Premier side Forest Green Rovers having mutually agreed to terminate the remainder of his contract.
Formerly with Cirencester Town, Bulman joined Forest Green on a two-year contract in the summer of 2011 before penning an extension until June 2014.
The former Swindon Town and Salisbury City keeper made the switch to full-time football at the New Lawn after a fine season for the Centurions in 2010/11 earned him player of the year.
His one and only senior appearance at Swindon was a memorable one, coming on for injured colleague Jason Lee in an FA Cup tie against Boston United in November 2005, with his first touch being a penalty save.
He will go straight into the squad for tomorrow`s trip to Guiseley AFC.
Meanwhile, midfielder Richard Taundry has decided to leave the club and join Solihull Moors. Solihull are the second club to issue a seven-day notice of approach within the last month as the player made it known he was not happy being out of the starting eleven after City`s good run of form.
Taundry advised the management team after last night`s training session that Solihull had made him a more lucrative offer and given him the assurance that he would be playing each week.