Halesowen Town expect to continue their revamp with the arrival of evergreen midfielder Martin Myers.
The former Tamworth, Telford United, Solihull Borough and Redditch United playmaker is set to join the exodus from Willenhall Town but Yeltz manager Paul Holleran says any deal will not be confirmed until the weekend.
Though Myers is now 40, Holleran has no doubts he will have a positive input in helping Halesowen maintain their play-off dreams in the Southern Premier.
"With Martin, you know exactly what you will get," said Holleran. "There's no gamble in signing a player of his ability, attitude and commitment. He has been one of the best players in non-League over the past ten or 15 years."
Holleran has already drafted in James Francis on loan from Tamworth, while he was interested in Scott Rickards before the former Tamworth forward decided to join Nuneaton Borough. But Nathan Lamey and Scott Hadland have joined Hednes-ford Town while skipper Steve Pope has switched to AFC Telford United.
Bedworth United will continue their pursuit of a highest finish in a decade without experienced midfielder Dave Foy.
The former Tamworth player has quit the Green-backs to join Midland Alliance side Stratford Town after indicating his desire to play more local football.
Bedworth manager Mark Hallam said: "Dave's wife is having a new baby and he has got the chance to do over-time on Saturday mornings so he wants to play more locally in terms of travelling."
The Greenbacks, chasing a top ten place in the Southern One West, do not plan any moves into the transfer market to replace Foy. Joe Hanney made his comeback after ten weeks on the sidelines last weekend while Hallam also has Leon Doughty and the versatile Paul Hatton to slot into the centre of the park if required.
Rob Smith insists the first stage of the AFC Telford United influx is now complete after the Bucks completed the capture of Willenhall Town top scorer Dean Perrow.
Perrow has followed former Reds manager Smith and No 2 Larry Chambers to the Bucks, becoming their eighth new signing since the pair took over as managers three weeks ago. But Smith says he has no more plans to add to the squad before the end of March transfer deadline.
"When we arrived, we identified areas where we needed to improve and we've done that," said Smith. "When everyone is fit we have got 17-18 players pushing for places and that's enough."
The Bucks revamp has meant midfielder Jack Cud-worth has joined Racing Club Warwick short-term, while full-back David Andrewartha has signed for Shifnal Town, though he will continue to be registered for Telford.
Rushall Olympic are looking to follow the arrival of John Quilt by targeting his Willenhall team-mate Mark Swann.
Striker Quilt has agreed to join the in-form Pics and will tonight complete his move from Willenhall to their Southern One West neighbours so he can make his debut in Rushall's clash at top of the table Clevedon Town on Saturday.
But manager John Allen is also interested in playmaker Swann, who had been joint caretaker manager at Willenhall until Mel Eves and Dean Edwards took over last week.