There has been more player movement at Ryman League Division One North club Soham Town Rangers with four players leaving and one signing.
Lewis McDonald is leaving the club to go travelling.
The defender returned to the Soham at the beginning of the season from Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division side Godmanchester Rovers, having previously played for the Greens during the 2012 campaign.
During his two spells at the club, McDonald made forty-eight appearances, scoring twice.
Darren Foxley has left Soham to sign for Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division neighbours Cambridge City, becoming the seventh player to follow former manager Robbie Nightingale to the Lilywhites since taking over at the beginning of December.
The attacker signed for Soham over the summer, having been released by Vanarama National League outfit Dagenham & Redbridge, scoring 4 times in thirty-three games.
Pat Adamson has been recalled from his `work experience` loan by parent club, League Two Leyton Orient.
The midfielder arrived just before Christmas, making five appearances during his month at Julius Martin Lane.
Luke Brown has returned to America to continue his studies.
The striker made his debut in the Boxing Day defeat to Bury Town, scoring once in six games for the club.
Arriving at the club is Jack Mochalski.
The right-sided or central defender made his debut in the home defeat Dereham Town, having recently been connected with league rivals Romford and Essex Senior League side Barkingside.