Midfielder Christie Pattisson has re-joined Bostik League Premier club Carshalton Athletic.
The 28-year-old chipped in with 7 goals and 9 assists, including several stunning free-kicks, as the Robins secured promotion to the Premier last season.
But the pacey winger`s form and eye for goal saw him courted by several higher-level clubs, and he signed for Braintree Town in July – the Iron having made a swift return to the Vanarama National League at the end of the 2017/18 season.
He made 13 appearances for the struggling Iron, who are at the bottom of the league currently, and a recent change of manager has meant changes among the squad and Pattison has returned to Colston Avenue on a permanent basis.
Pattison originally joined Carshalton from Phoenix Sports in January having also been on the books at Welling United.
Defender Taoriq Olomowewe has joined the Robins from league rivals Worthing after less than two weeks with the Sussex outfit after arriving at The Bibby Financial Services Stadium from Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division South side Hendon where his spell was also a brief one.
He earlier made 20 appearances for another of the Robins` league rivals, Enfield Town, this season, scoring 3 goals in the process.
Olomowewe won the Nike Academy’s UK trial in 2015 and joined Premier League Burnley.
But after appearing for the Clarets` under-23s he returned south to have spells with Maldon & Tiptree, Billericay Town and Wealdstone before joining Enfield.
Experienced forward Harry Ottaway also arrived from Bostik South East outfit Ashford United.
He has managed 4 goals in 17 appearances for the Nuts & Bolts this season and has also played for the likes of Dover Athletic, Dulwich Hamlet and Enfield Town.