Two more players have taken the well-worn path from Solihull Moors to National League North club Brackley Town.
Goalkeeper Danny Lewis and striker Andy Brown have joined several former Moors` team-mates at St James`s Park.
Now 34, Lewis joined Moors in 2015 from Kidderminster Harriers where for the previous five years he has been the number one choice between the sticks and was part of the side that finished four times in the top seven of the Conference (National League) Premier, including being runners-up to Mansfield Town in 2013.
He was also part of the 2013/14 side that reached the FA Cup Fourth Round, losing 1-0 to Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.
He made over 200 appearances for Kidderminster, having joined them from Redditch United, where he stayed for three years.
He previously played for Moor Green in their final season (2006/07) before becoming Solihull Moors.
Brown joined Moors during the 2015/16 close season from Nuneaton Town and is a proven non-League goalscorer, leading the line for his former clubs Nuneaton and AFC Telford United for over seven seasons.
His four years at Telford included helping them achieve promotion to the Conference (National League) Premier in 2011 through the play-offs.
Following a move to Nuneaton the following year, he achieved his second successive promotion from the Conference North.
Scorer of a total of 55 goals for Telford, 44 for Nuneaton and netting 27 times for Moors, his goalscoring ability and strength will be important for the Saints.