Ryan Auger and Anthony Furlonge have both left Bishop`s Stortford and joined AFC Sudbury on dual registration loan.
The pair will hope to regain some match sharpness with the Ryman League Premier Division high-flyers, and are expected to be in the squad for tomorrow’s home game against Tonbridge Angels.
Both players will remain available for selection by Blues’ boss Gordon Boateng.
Meanwhile, Boateng is looking for his side to be more clinical in goal as they prepare for tomorrow’s home game against Margate.
“Clearly we need to turn our home form and start picking up wins” he said. “We’ve done well away from home with seven points from four games, we need to reproduce that form in front of our own fans.
“We need to start converting chances and stop silly making mistakes. If we can do that, we’ll be fine, but it’s all about starting to show some consistency.
“We’ve had Margate watched, we know what they’ll bring and we know the areas we need to work on and what we have to do to get the right result. They made a poor start but have started to pick up points.”
Boating was pleased with Blues’ performance in Tuesday’s goalless draw at Concord Rangers: “They had chances and at the end we had more gilt edged chances – we should’ve put the game to bed at that stage, and it was good to again see us finish a game so strongly again. I was happy with how Harry Osbourne and Lee Sawyer fitted into the side, but once again we needed to be more clinical”.