Eastleigh have announced the return of goalkeeper Ross Flitney and striker Chris Zebroski.
Fans` favourite Flitney has made in excess of 190 appearances for the Spitfires and will return in a joint role.
As well as competing for the number one shirt, he will be part of manager Richard Hill’s backroom team as goalkeeping coach.
Flitney initially joined the club back in October 2012 on a month`s loan deal from Gillingham.
Later that season the move was made permanent and he was an instrumental part of the promotion-winning team from the Conference (National League) South.
The 33-year-old`s other clubs include Fulham, Barnet, Grays Athletic, Dover Athletic, Whitehawk and Bromley.
Hill has also boosted his striking options with the return of powerful front man Chris Zebroski.
The 30-year-old former Plymouth Argyle, Millwall, Wycombe, Torquay United, Bristol Rovers and Cheltenham Town player had a brief spell with the club in 2013 before moving to Newport County, and will add a wealth of Football League experience to the squad.
Zebroski has put pen-to-paper on a one-year deal with the option of an additional year.