Vanarama Conference club Nuneaton Town have signed Rob Ogleby and Jack Nardiello.
Ogleby has signed for Nuneaton after being released from his contract with Scottish Championship outfit Livingston.
The 23-year-old former Coventry City Academy winger is expected to be included tomorrow against Gateshead at Liberty Way, assuming international clearance is received.
Although released by City, Ogleby earned a dozen caps for Wales under-21s, for whom he scored two goals, and was signed for Hearts development squad before a move back to England with Wrexham.
He scored 12 goals in fifty-three games at The Racecourse Ground.
On his release by the Dragons last May he returned north of the border to Livingston where he played sixteen times for Livi, his last appearance coming against Queen of the South on January 3rd.
Nardiello hails from nearby Coventry, although the 20-year-old striker started his career with Leicester City.
He is now in his fourth season with Stoke and is a Wales under-19 international.
He becomes the latest Potter to move to Liberty Way on loan.