WITTON Albion manager Gary Finley has made his second signing in midfielder Jordan King.
He and Finley's first recruit, centre-back Adam Farley, will make their Wincham Park bows on Saturday when Albion host Wakefield and Emley in the President's Cup.
And Finley may make more signings before then.
'It is possible before Saturday. We are in negotiations with players but sometimes these things take longer than you would like,' he said.
King, 22, is the son of former Telford United manager Jake King, and it was with the Buck's Head outfit that he made more than 50 Conference appearances.
'He has got a bit of everything - he can tackle, pass and can get up and down and score goals.
'He wasn't enjoying it at Telford and we are lucky to get him,' said Finley.
In May last year he joined Hereford United and last season he went on extended loan to Hednesford Town, collecting an FA Trophy winner's medal in the triumph over Canvey Island.
He returned this season to the reinvented Telford - the original club went bust at the end of last season - after a short spell at Redditch United.
One time Everton youngster Farley, signed from Droylsden, has only been among the subs so far.
King was unable to inspire Albion to victory, even against nine men, at Bridlington at the weekend.
'We did not play well. Against nine men we should have won and that was a disappointment,' said Finley.
'On the positive side, we did not concede and we weren't beaten. We are beginning to put a run together.'
Still, the shortage of goals concerns Finley and he promises to address the problem as soon as possible. Witton have been over-reliant on Mike Moseley, who has scored 14 of their 25 league goals so far.
The manager plans to give players who have been on the fringe so far a starting role against Wakefield and, last night, Albion's first team were playing the reserves.
'I need to give everyone a chance and take a good look at them, and the same applies to the reserves as well. I believe they have some promising players,' added Finley.