Nuneaton Town have completed the signings of Courtney and Luther Wildin.
Courtney is a 21 year-old left-back who was with the likes of Aston Villa and Sheffield Wednesday as a youth team player before going on to serve Gainsborough Trinity and Boston United.
The Antiguan International has put pen-to-paper on a one-year deal.
“He knows this level well,” said manager, Tommy Wright. “He stands at 6’1” and has great athleticism.
“He will add pace and quality to the team as a full-back who likes to get forward at every opportunity.”
Luther meanwhile can operate as a right-back or defensive midfielder. The 19 year-old has joined the club from Notts County, from where he had a successful loan spell at Grantham Town, and has also signed a one-year deal.
“He has the same athletic attributes as his brother,” added Wright. “He’s comfortable on the ball and is a very talented footballer
“I am delighted to be able to add these two players to my squad; they will bring pace, energy and strength to the group.
“I feel that they will both flourish here next season. They have been on our radar for a while, so I am pleased that they have both bought into what we are trying to achieve here.”