Ben Williams, manager of Evo-Stik Southern League Division One Central club Aylesbury United, has moved to strengthen his squad with the addition of three new players.
First to check in with the Ducks was the versatile Harry Tucker.
Comfortable at right-back, centre-back or central midfield, Tucker has previously played for Beaconsfield SYCOB, Chesham United and Uxbridge, before starting this season with Kings Langley in the Southern Premier Division Central.
Right-back Anthony Ball is 19-years-old and highly-regarded when virtually ever-present for the Ducks` town neighbours Aylesbury FC last season, before joining league rivals Berkhamsted in the summer.
Goalkeeper Ashley Jenkins has plenty of experience and was first choice for Aylesbury FC over the past two years.
He was previously with Aston Clinton, Leighton Town, Hale Leys United and Winslow United.
Leaving the Ducks though is former Banbury United and Oxford City winger or left-back Matt Peake-Pijnen, who has decided to join Thame United after making 30 appearances for the club after signing in February.