Ahead of tomorrow's Vanarama North encounter with Tamworth at Ewen Fields. The new men are striker Reece Gray, a star of the 2012 title-winning side who has been released by Rochdale, and three midfielders.
Luke Giverin was last at Manchester United and Adam Hinchliffe has moved from Sheffield Wednesday. Wide man Jamie Menagh has been signed on a month's loan from Chester.
Those leaving the club are Ashley Kelly, Luke Ashworth, Matty Kosylo and Aaron Chalmers. It's believed FC United are interested in Ashworth and Droylsden are speaking to Kosylo.
Adam Blakeman is struggling.
Hyde go into tomorrow's game having lost all five league matches played so far.
Following Monday’s morale-boosting derby win over Stockport County, Stalybridge Celtic travel to Boston tomorrow looking to bury a hoodoo.
They have never won at York Street but they make their eighth visit there with a fully fit squad which has been bolstered by the addition of central midfielder Wade Joyce, signed earlier this week from Scottish Premier Leaguers St Johnstone.
Striker Liam Dickinson limped out of Monday’s game with a slight groin strain but is expected to be fit.
The FA Cup reaches its preliminary round stage tomorrow and Mossley head to Burscough. Liam Higginbottom (knee) and Steve Foster (groin) are both out, while Tom Murray faces a late fitness test.
Midfielder Oliver Devenney comes into the squad. James Blair and John Bennett are still at least two weeks from a return.
Droylsden have a full squad for their tricky home tie with Runcorn Linnets who top the North West Counties League premier division with a 100 per cent record after seven games. Adam Morning now has international clearance.
A groin strain makes Martin Parker a doubt for Glossop North End's visit to Maltby Main. Kieran Lugsden has a slight knee problem. Lee Blackshaw is getting married.
Manager Chris Willcock said: "I've seen Maltby a couple of times and they're a very physical outfit. They'll present us with a tough test, especially on their home ground.
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In the Evo-stik NPL premier division, new signing Saul Henderson comes into the Ashton United side for their home clash with leaders Stamford who have full points from four matches.
Henderson, a former Maine Road striker, played for Stafford Rangers last season.
Curzon Ashton go to Ilkeston without Matty Warburton who is suffering from the recurrence of a thigh strain and could be out for two weeks.
Manchester City youngster Remero Coley comes into the squad, as does Simon Lakeland. Work commitments ruled Lakeland out of Monday's Ashton derby when Warburton had to be substituted in the first half.