James Smith has become Bromsgrove Rovers' fourth new face in the last fortnight but new manager Rod Brown promised more recruits to follow.
The 19-year-old striker, a product of the Worcester City academy, has joined on loan and he comes into the reckoning for tomorrow's Southern League Division One West trip to Hemel Hempstead. "He's young, strong and definitely one for the future," said Brown.
The Bromsgrove boss had also been interested in Worcester midfielder Liam McDonald, but City were not prepared to let him go.
Rovers' defender Joe Williams is the target of Solihull Borough, but he will return tomorrow as a replacement for the suspended Exodus Geohaghan.
Midfielder Wayne Dyer will have a fitness check on the groin injury which kept him out of last week's win over Paulton Rovers, while John Snape, appointed player-coach after joining from Moor Green, is pencilled in for his debut against King's Lynn in Tuesday's Errea Cup tie.
Manager Chris Keogh will hand Damien Markman and Adam Cooper their Sutton Coldfield Town recalls.
Injury and illness has kept goalscorer Markman out and defender Cooper has lost his place through suspension but Lucan Spittle is on holiday and Liam Hebberd starts a three-match ban, so the duo will return for tomorrow's match with Stourport Swifts.
Solihull hope to rush through the transfer of Stourport defender Neil O'Sullivan in time for the home game against Dunstable.
O'Sullivan first impressed Boro manager Tony Dobson when he played against Solihull in Evesham United's line-up in an FA Trophy tie earlier in the season.
With French defender Simo Kayo Bertin having left, Dobson wants to increase his options on the left-hand side and they will open discussions with O'Sullivan today.
After their FA Cup and FA Trophy exploits, Solihull can now start concentrating on the league and Dobson believes they are capable of building the momentum for a play-offs push.
However, Martin Hier, Martin Crowley (both ankle) and Jerome Grandison (knee) all face fitness tests before tomorrow's cash with Dunstable.
Willenhall Town's title aspirations will be in the spotlight when they entertain Clevedon Town in a third v second clash at Noose Lane. However, manager Rob Smith will await fitness reports on Indy Khela (ham-string), Martin Myers (calf) and Dave Woodvine (knee).
The postponement of Rushall Olympic's Stafford-shire Senior Cup tie at Leek Town meant Dean Baker and Richard Gardner could not complete their one-match bans so they now have to miss tomorrow's league fixture at Marlow. Midfielder Leon Allen, sent off against Sutton, starts a four-match suspension.
Bedworth United hope Dave Foy and Danny Pitham can end their ten-week injury absence. Seasoned playmaker Foy and defender Pitham have been sidelined with knee-ligament injuries since the FA Trophy defeat to Sutton Town in November but manager Mark Hallam is hopeful they will be fit to face Thame United.