Nantwich Town have added three new loan players to the squad.
Phil Parkinson has moved quickly to bring in some fresh faces to bolster the squad and strengthen the team ahead of a busy and crucial period of fixtures in January.
The first loan signing is a name familiar with the Dabbers, as former loanee keeper Daniel Gyollai has joined from Stoke City.
The formidable stopped joined the Dabbers at the back end of last season and went on to make 8 starts in goal during April. He has now rejoined the club and will be looking to gain some more senior experience in goal.
The second new face is striker Khaellem Bailey-Nicholls, who arrives on loan from Wrexham.
The quick and powerful 19-year-old joined the Dragons after his release by Birmingham City last summer. Bailey-Nicholls grew up in Wolverhampton playing football for the Blues academy, so boasts an excellent pedigree.
Upon joining the Reds in the summer, he was sent out on loan to Sutton Coldfield Town in mid-September. He made a number of appearances and scored 1 goal for the Royals, scoring in a home game against Skelmersdale United. He returned to Wrexham after a month with Sutton and was given his first taste of professional football under new Dragons boss Dean Keates.
He has made three appearances for Wrexham this season, coming on against Gateshead back in late October. He made two further sub appearances against North Ferriby United and Braintree Town respectively.
Finally, another name that should be familiar to fans is the return of former player Sam Madeley.
Madeley played for the Dabbers six years ago under previous boss Peter Hall. He has spent the last few years in and around the Manchester area, playing for a number of different clubs. He played for Mossley, Ashton United and Droylsden, but found success during the 14/15 season playing for Salford City.
He scored 20 goals in the Ammies promotion season before moving on to FC United of Manchester last season.
He played 35 times in the Conference North for FC United last season, starting 21 times and scoring 11 goals.
Madeley then picked up an injury which curtailed his season and meant he missed the majority of the pre-season. He signed for Macclesfield in October and subsequently spent time on loan at Stalybridge Celtic. Sam has now joined the Dabbers on loan and will be aiming to force his way into the first team, starting on Saturday.