Tamworth have drafted in Chester City goalkeeping prospect Philip Palethorpe to fill the gap left by the injured Jose Veiga.
Cape Verde Islands international Veiga has become the latest key Lambs player to face a lengthy spell on the sidelines after he suffered a dislocated shoulder in training. He will be missing for six to eight weeks.
Manager Gary Mills was able to bring back Dave Clarke, who had played in the first fortnight of the season when Veiga was suspended, as a stop-gap for the midweek Setanta Shield win over Hyde United but former Sutton Coldfield and Bedworth keeper Clarke is now No 1 at Gresley Rovers.
However, 19-year-old Palethorpe has joined the Lambs from League Two side Chester for two months on loan and will make his debut tomorrow in the trip to Harrogate Town.
"It's another body blow to lose Jose," said assistant manager Darron Gee. "But Phil is highly recommended."
The midweek win over Hyde came at a price with match-winner Adie Smith aggravating a knee problem to join fellow defender Craig McAughtrie (ankle) on the sidelines for the match at second-placed Harrogate.
Dave Bampton, however, should return to midfield duty after missing two games with a hip problem.
Redditch United manager Gary Whild is ready to loan out Richard Ball and Jai Stanley as he cranks up competition for places.
The arrival of striker Danny Spencer from Brackley Town has already allowed Damien Markman to join Bromsgrove Rovers on loan for a month, while Simon Hollis played for Brackley in midweek.
Both players need match practice as they come back from injuries but Whild indicated he will also allow be happy to arrange a loan for front-runner Ball. Midfielder Stanley could also find games elsewhere, with Chasetown and former club Atherstone Town interested.
The Reds' options will also increase with Rob Taylor and Graham Deakin available for tomorrow's home game against Burscough.
The midfield duo made their comebacks after ten and five week injury lay-offs respectively in the midweek Setanta Shield defeat at Telford without any reaction.
Mel Eves cited his business commitments as the reason for his decision to step down as manager of Willenhall.
Eves, who succeeded Rob Smith at Noose Lane in February 2006, led the Reds to their first ever Birmingham Senior Cup triumph and then, against the odds, to the play-off final last season where they lost to an extra-time goal at Bromsgrove Rovers.
They lie in mid-table this term but they have not won in their last nine league games. Eves said: "I've had to miss games and training sessions for the first time this season and it is in the best interests of the club that they go forward with someone who can devote 100 per cent time and commitment."
Willenhall, who travel to Malvern Town tomorrow, are expected to hand the role of caretaker manager to coach Joe O'Connor.