Dartford will play with three up front this season to get the best out of their new-look strikeforce.
Alex Wall has followed Kudus Oyenuga and Delano Sam-Yorke to Princes Park while Andy Pugh has stayed.
The eclectic quartet give joint-managers Jamie Coyle and Adam Flanagan real options and the chance to try different systems.
Coyle said: “The four we’ve got compliment each other. No two of them are the same.
“We all know what Pughy’s capable of with regards to his finishing. He’s a real fox in the box.
“Kudus has electric pace, Alex Wall is a target man up there and Delano is mobile and good in the air. If we can get three of them up there in the same game and play a 4-3-3, that’ll be fantastic.
“To have any three of them playing together will be a real threat to any opponent at this level. We won’t just stick to one formation this year, we’ll look at 3-5-2 and 4-4-2 as well.”
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