French midfielder Mo Fofana has been recalled from his loan at National League South side Oxford City. Fofana struggled with injuries in pre-season and was loaned out to gain game time.
Meanwhile, Stoke City have granted permission for loanee Ryan O’Reilly to play in the FA Trophy at Sutton Coldfield Town on the final day of his current loan.
The Ravens have signed Adam Cunnington from National League South leaders Ebbsfleet United after Anthony Cook went in the opposite direction for an undisclosed fee.
Cunnington has had a wealth of both league and non-league experience with his past clubs including Barwell, Solihull Moors, Kettering Town, Dagenham & Redbridge, Tamworth, Cambridge United and Bristol Rovers.
Cook began his career with Dagenham & Redbridge in 2007 before being snapped up by Chelmsford City and then signing for Ebbsfleet in 2013. He moved to Bromley after he was surprisingly released in January 2015 but has now returned.
Eastleigh received an offer from divisional rivals Forest Green Rovers for influential midfielder Andy Drury. The bid was immediately declined because the Spitfires see Drury as an integral part of the squad.
The 32-year-old joined in the summer from Luton Town and has so far made 27 appearances with five goals to his credit.
The Harriers confirmed the signing of winger Omari Patrick prior to the weekend's game with Gateshead. The 19-year-old, a graduate of the FAB Academy, has penned a contract until the end of the season.
Patrick has first-team experience after a spell with Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central side Beaconsfield SYCOB, where he scored 14 goals in 49 appearances.
Meanwhile, striker Jordan Murphy has been recalled from his loan spell by parent club Walsall. He scored twice in seven appearances.
Lee Beevers has been handed a three-match suspension following his sending off at Woking. He was shown a straight red card by referee Wayne Barratt in added time following an incident with Woking's Bruno Andrade.
His dismissal for violent conduct means that Beevers will be forced to sit out the next three matches, starting with the FA Trophy clash at Bradford Park Avenue.
The Gulls have allowed youngster Liam Prynn and Oneil Odofin to head out on loan in a bid to gain competitive experience.
The duo have linked up with Bideford AFC where Prynn will spend an initial month whilst Odofin will stay for the remainder of the campaign.
Rovers boss Gary Brabin admits he is considering a fundamental change in Tranmere's tactical approach to National League games, together with a shake-up of the squad as his team fall further adrift of the division's promotion chasers.
"It might be worth us taking the same tactics as everyone else, shutting up shop and trying to play on the counter-attack,' Brabin said after the defeat to Braintree Town.
"At the moment we are in a situation where we think we are better than we are. Players did go missing. If I'm honest I have probably made my mind up with a couple."