Brad Quinton, the new manager of Braintree Town, has continued his squad building with the completion of formalities with four more players.
Joining the club are Samir Bihmoutine, Scott Shulton, George Craddock and Mark Okoye.
Bihmoutine is a 23-year-old dynamic attacking left-back or wing back.
He spent eleven years at Arsenal, including a year as a full professional and then a full year at AFC Bournemouth, from where he spent loan spells at both at Wealdstone in the National League South and neighbours Hayes & Yeading United.
Shulton returns to the Iron after playing a big part in the club`s 2010/11 South championship-winning side.
Now 27, Shulton is an aggressive, ball-playing midfielder who can score goals.
After making twenty-four appearances for Braintree in 2010/11, Shulton enjoyed spells at Bishop’s Stortford, Hendon, Wingate & Finchley and Enfield Town.
Craddock, who is a 22, is a goalscoring midfielder who was a Northampton Town scholar before signing a one-year professional contract with the Cobblers.
Has recently spent time with National League South side East Thurrock United.
Okoye is 24-year old towering centre-half who has spent recent seasons with Ryman League Premier Division sides Merstham and Dulwich Hamlet.