Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division promotion-chasers Worksop Town have announced the arrival of two new signings.
Marc Goodfellow, 32, has joined the Tigers from league rivals King`s Lynn Town.
The left winger started his career at Stoke City where he spent four years, including a loan spell at Icelandic club IBV Vestmannaeyja.
After leaving Stoke he joined Bristol City before having spells with Port Vale, Swansea City, Colchester United, Grimsby Town, Bury, Burton Albion, Barrow AFC, Kidderminster Harriers and Gresley FC.
Worksop boss Mark Shaw said: “This is an excellent signing for us. Marc Goodfellow provides balance and competition down the left hand side.
“He gives us a different dimension and quality from set pieces as well as a wealth of football league experience.”
Shaw added: “Contrary to what has been reported elsewhere, Marc has not joined us for money, in fact he is getting no more than he was at King`s Lynn. Marc can see what we are trying to achieve as a club and wants to play a part in its future.
“As a club we are still operating within the set budget.”
Meanwhile, Jack Broadhead has joined Worksop on loan from Sky Bet League Two side Chesterfield until 1st February.
Broadhead, 19, plays at centre-half and was the Spirites young player of the year in 2011/12.
Earlier in the season he spent some time on loan at Buxton playing against the Tigers in their 4-2 win at the Silverlands.