Tamworth have brought in defender Ashley Carter, midfielder Jack Dyer and striker Kaid Mohamed as well as promoting one of their promising youngsters.
Carter joins on loan from Sky Bet Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers for the remainder of the season.
He signed his first professional contract with Wolves in 2014 having previously been on the Academy books of both Aston Villa and Birmingham City.
He joined League One side Chesterfield on a month-long youth loan on February 2nd 2015.
While on loan, the central defender made his senior debut in a 2-0 defeat to Scunthorpe United, one of two senior appearances made with the Spireites.
He returned to Wolves and has been impressing at under-21 level.
Dyer joins from league rivals Nuneaton Town.
The midfielder started his full-time career at Burton Albion after coming through the youth system at Aston Villa.
He made sixty-two appearances for the Brewers before having a short loan spell at Kidderminster Harriers, including an appearance in the Fourth Round of the 2013/14 FA Cup at Sunderland.
He joined Nuneaton in the summer of 2015 and has made thirteen appearances, scoring one goal, before having his contract terminated by mutual consent.
Experienced Welshman Mohamed joins the Lambs on loan for the rest of the season from National League outfit Eastleigh.
Most comfortable on the wing, Mohamed has numerous Football League appearances for the likes of Northampton Town, Cheltenham Town, Swindon Town and AFC Wimbledon.
Meanwhile, Michael Wright is the latest Tamworth under-21 success story.
Wright had most recently been playing for the youth and reserve sides at Oxford United.
Having scored twice on his under-21 debut, and after bagging another brace last weekend, he was invited to train with the first-team, and has impressed enough to be offered non-contract terms.