Bradford Park Avenue have signed goalkeeper Ashley Onitiri from Albion Sports.
The signing comes after the club received permission that Onitiri would be allowed to play in Tuesday’s County Cup tie at Harrogate Town.
Regular number one Jon Worsnop picked up an injury in Saturday’s victory at Worcester City, and his deputy Ed Hall is cup-tied, having played for Brighouse in an earlier round of the competition.
Avenue have also moved to recall defender Harry Coates from his loan spell at Hyde United.
Coates, a former Harrogate Town player, was initially loaned to Hyde in October and has made 17 appearances for them during his time at Ewen Fields.
He is another expected to go straight in for the County Cup tie on Tuesday, after an injury to Matt Hill forced him to be substituted in the first half at Worcester.
Admission prices for the match at Harrogate’s Wetherby Road ground have been further reduced, to just £3 for adults, £2 concessions, £1 under-18s and free for under-5s. Kick-off is 7.45pm.