Welling United, who have just one point from their opening five matches, have added to their squad.
The Wings have signed two new forwards in Adam Coombes and Dean Morgan.
Coombes, 25, began his career at Chelsea in 2006 and earned caps for England at under-16 and under-17 level whilst on the Stamford Bridge books.
He made his Football League bow during a loan spell with then League One side Yeovil Town in 2010/11.
But after almost eight years at Stamford Bridge, he was released before joining Notts County in the summer of 2013.
He is remembered by County fans for scoring against Liverpool at Anfield in August 2013 in the Capital One Cup to send the match to extra-time.
He played six times for the Magpies` senior side before being released in January 2016, when he returned south to join National League side Bromley.
Montserrat international forward Morgan joins the Wings from Icelandic side Throttur FC.
Morgan has also played for Reading, Luton Town, Crewe Alexandra, Southend United, MK Dons, Chesterfield, Oxford United and Woking.
The 32-year-old had a spell with Italian side US Ancona 1905 after leaving Woking in 2015 before signing for Newport County in February 2016 for the rest of the season.