Vanarama National League South clubs Woking and Billericay Town have been involved in a player swap.
Rhys Murrell-Williamson has joined the Cards from Billericay, while Charlie Wassmer has moved in the opposite direction.
Murrell-Williamson, 25, is a winger who previously played for Hampton & Richmond Borough and St Albans City, and was named in the National League South team of the year last season.
Wassmer, who has had loan spells with Metropolitan Police, Leatherhead and Maidstone United this season, signed for Woking in July 2018 but made only one appearance for the Cards.
Wassmer is a central defender who started his career in the youth set-up at Hayes & Yeading United, progressing to the first-team in 2010 when he made his debut in the Conference against Salisbury City aged 19.
In March 2011 he signed on loan for Crawley Town, going on to win the Conference National that season and signing on a permanent basis that summer.
Wassmer made 13 appearances in League Two for Crawley, and one for Dagenham & Redbridge on loan the same season.
He signed for Cambridge United in January 2013, before re-joining Hayes & Yeading at the start of the 2013/14 season.
He has also played for Margate, Maidenhead United and Gosport Borough in the National League South and last season played for Hampton & Richmond Borough under Cards` boss Alan Dowson.