Moseley's quest to fortify their front row looks to have met with double success in the considerable shapes of former Nottingham and Nuneaton prop Jim Fallon and ex-Glasgow Hawks loosehead Gordon Mcfadyen.
Fallon, who played seven games for Nuns last season, is now training with John Beale's side and looks set to add his muscle to what many people expect to be a promotion challenge next season.
And Mcfadyen, who is aged 24, is set to join up with Moseley next week and take part in their preseason tour of Scotland in August, where he will line up for his new side against the Hawks.
It means the National Two club could have found the missing pieces to their selection jigsaw.
As scintillating as they were last season, when they finished third in the league, Moseley were sometimes exploited up front by bigger and more experienced packs.
As a result, they have been looking for reinforcement in the front row all summer.
The fact that they have found two delights Beale.
"If they join, it will alleviate a few of the problems we had last season because they have both got proven track records," said the director of rugby.
"When we played Nottingham two years ago, in the season they got promoted, we were wellstuffed up front.
"Jim was playing tighthead that day and our loosehead got routed," added Beale.
And although the deals are yet to be finalised Beale is confident things will go through without a hitch.
"I would say the chance of them both being Moseley players next season is pretty good," he said.
"Jim enjoys the training, likes the set-up and knows a few of the lads.
"And Gordon has just got back and the first thing he did was phone up [Moseley's head coach] Ian Smith."
Fallon could also get an early opportunity to meet up with his old teammates when Nottingham visit Billesley Common for a pre-season friendly on August 20.