Moseley have signed Worcester Warriors threequarter Gary Trueman on loan in a deal that could see the centre remain at Billesley Common until the end of the season.
Head coach Ian Smith has also moved to add depth to his resources at fly half with a permanent deal for former Wales Under-21 James Dixon.
Dixon arrives from Welsh Premiership side Newport having made his debut at the start of last season when he joined from Maesteg.
Since then the 22-year-old has made a total of 32 appearances for the Black and Ambers and could make his Moseley debut as early as Saturday for the crucial National One visit to Esher.
Moseley have struggled at fly half since the release of Dixon's compatriot Matt Jones, who failed to sufficiently integrate himself into their gameplan.
But where Jones was valuable was for his goal-kicking and with incumbent Greg Macdonald struggling as a front-line kicker, Dixon offers a more consistent option.
Trueman's capture is a coup for Smith. Although the 27-year-old has made only one Premiership start this season, in the openingday loss to Bath, he has the pedigree to succeed in National One.
He has made nearly 100 appearances for the Sixways outfit and was recently in the England Sevens B team with Moseley's dual-registered wing Dan Norton.
He was also a key part of the Warriors side that won every game in the 2003-4 campaign to secure promotion to the top flight.
Moseley have already fielded Jack Adams and Paul Cox at inside centre and could turn to the former Saracens midfielder at Molesey Road.
Meanwhile, Trueman's Worcester colleague, Rico Gear, will start his Warriors career at outside centre in this weekend's European Challenge Cup match with GRAN Parma.