Kidderminster Harriers have completed the additions of former Macclesfield Town foward, Arthur Gnahoua, and tough-tackling midfielder, Ousmane Fane.
Pacy wide-man or striker Arthur, 23, is familiar with the National League after spending the better part of three seasons at Macclesfield Town.
Rising through the ranks at Stalybridge Celtic before making a first-team breakthrough and putting in some impressive performances, he signed for the Silkmen in the summer of 2012.
He remained patient for opportunities at Moss Rose before featuring regularly last season with 21 appearances before spending the second half of 2014/15 playing in Spain.
Meanwhile, fellow Frenchman Ousmane, 22, is a robust midfield player who, like Arthur, has settled in to life at Aggorough over the last few months.
The pair have been training with the squad at Aggborough while they’ve waited for their respective International Clearances to be issued at the start of this transfer window.
To date, Ousmane has played most of his football in his native France with the likes of Red Star and FC Gobelins before moving to Norway and joining Lyn FK for the start of this season.
Chief Executive, Colin Gordon, said he was delighted to finally welcome the pair, commenting: “We’re delighted to welcome both lads – we’ve had to be very patient and a lot of work has gone in to getting everything sorted.
“We’re excited by them and what they can bring to the team – they’ll both be involved in the friendly against Wolves on Friday night and could have a big part to play for us between now and the end of the season.”
Both players have signed contracts with Harriers until the end of the campaign.