National League side Barrow have drastically strengthened their front line with the double signing of strikers Scott Quigley and Dior Angus.
Scott arrives at Holker Street on a three year deal, whilst Angus makes the permanent switch to the Bluebirds on a one year deal after spending the later stages of the previous campaign at Barrow.
Quigley, 26, was born in Shrewsbury and spent his youth career at The New Saints in Wales.
He went on to represent the first team at Park Hall and his form saw him catch the attention of Blackpool, with the striker eventually joining the Seasiders in August 2017.
Whilst at Bloomfield Road Quigley has spent time on loan at League Two side Port Vale as well as fellow National League sides Wrexham and FC Halifax Town.
Meanwhile Angus has signed permanently after scoring 2 goals in his 11 games for the Bluebirds last season.
The 24-year old signed for the Port Vale last year, with a fantastic record at non-league level where he had scored 17 goals in 23 games in the Southern Premier Division.
Angus started his career off with fellow National League side Solihull Moors and enjoyed loan spells with Leamington and Banbury before joining Kidderminster Harriers as a 19-year old.
He since turned out for the Harriers as well as Worcester City, Daventry and Stratford before joining Redditch United, where the striker enjoyed an impressive stay at The Valley.
His form there attracted quite a bit of attention, which resulted in him making the step up into the Football League when the transfer window opened in January last year.