Paul Rawden and Russ Cousins came in following the departure of Richard Thomas recently and have gone about shaking up a squad that is languishing in the bottom half of the EVO-STIK League Premier Division.
Midfielder Chris Dawson, 24, joins on a month’s loan from Bradford Park Avenue. He played four games in the Championship for Leeds United and has two Under 21 caps for Wales.
Striker Jordan Adebayo-Smith, 18, joins on a work experience loan from Lincoln City and has this season featured in the EFL Trophy.
The third signing is midfielder Michael Tweed, who joins from Nuneaton Borough.
Rawden said: "All three have experience at a higher level, they all know what they are coming into and are ready for the fight.
“We played a behind closed doors friendly against Spalding United yesterday, winning 4-1.
“It's good to get some game time and to be able to see certain players in different roles. We're looking forward to Tuesday night."