Boston United have completed the loan signings of Lincoln City defender Nat Brown and striker Conner Robinson.
The Pilgrims have bolstered their defensive ranks with the acquisition of experienced centre-half Brown, with the commanding 34-year-old, who has already enjoyed loan spells with FC Halifax Town and Harrogate Town so far this season, linking up with the club for the remainder of the campaign.
Brown has vast Football League and Conference experience during spells with the Red Imps, Huddersfield Town and Macclesfield Town.
Robinson, meanwhile, enjoyed a successful loan spell with the Pilgrims last season, scoring twice in four appearances, between September and October.
The 21-year-old’s new loan deal will run until the conclusion of the Vanarama National League North campaign — and, like Brown, encompasses the play-offs too if required.
Both players are poised to feature against North Ferriby United on Saturday.