Woking have signed James Ferry from Stevenage, and completed the loan signing of Kieron Cadogan from Billericay Town.
Ferry, 21, is a central midfielder who joins until the end of the season. He began his career at Brentford, signing for Stevenage on a two-year deal in May 2017. This season he has spent three months on loan at FC Halifax Town.
Cadogan, 28, can play as a striker or on the wing, and came through the academy at Crystal Palace. He scored on his league debut for the Palace first team in 2009 against Coventry City having only been on the pitch for ten minutes. He went on to have loan moves to Burton Albion and Rotherham United before signing for Aldershot Town in 2012. He then played for Barnet, Swedish side GAIS, and Sutton United, joining Billericay at the beginning of this year.
Moussa Diarra has also had his loan extended until the end of the season, and Duana Ofori-Acheampong has had his loan to Whitehawk extended until 27th April.