Highly-rated goalkeeper Jamie Butler has re-joined Vanarama National League South club Hemel Hempstead Town.
Butler orginally joined the Tudors in the summer of 2015 from Concord Rangers.
Previously at Metropolitan Police in the Ryman League, he really made an impression at Concord during the early stages of the 2014/15 Conference (National League) South season and was subsequently called up to the England C squad, having attracted the attention of scouts numerous times.
However, his withdrawal was forced due to injury.
His performances for the Tudors last season led to a summer move up to the National League with Braintree Town.
But, just a few weeks into the new season, he left Cressing Road and returned to Hemel.
Also back with the Tudors for a third time is midfielder Matt Saunders.
The 27-year-old midfielder was originally signed by Hemel from National League side Dover Athletic in November 2014 after just over two months at Crabble, having joined Dover in from Hemel`s league rivals Whitehawk.
He graduated from Fulham’s academy and in January 2010 he joined then League Two club Lincoln City on a one-month loan deal, later re-joining them for another loan and made a total of eighteen appearances for the Imps, scoring 3 goals.
In February 2012, he joined Sky Bet League Two side Dagenham & Redbridge on an eighteen-month contract and went on to make forty-one appearances for the Daggers and scored 4 goals.
After making five appearances for the Tudors he was signed by National League side Aldershot Town.