NEW boss Simon Rusk has added yet more firepower to his Stockport County squad by signing highly-rated striker Sam Dalby on loan.
The 21-year-old has joined County on a onemonth deal from Championship side Watford.
Dalby has some experience of Non-League having been with Leyton Orient during their spell in the National League in 2018 before making a switch to Leeds United.
Rusk said: “I’m pleased to be able to welcome Sam to the club. His addition further compliments our attacking options in the squad, at a time where the games are coming thick and fast.” Meanwhile, Wealdstone have confirmed the departure of Kundai Benyu.
The 23-year-old former Ipswich Town and Celtic midfielder joined the National League Stones under former boss Dean Brennan last summer.
But after making 15 appearances this season, the English-born Zimbabwe international leaves the club by mutual consent.
Tonbridge Angels clinched the loan signing of AFC Wimbledon youngster Huseyin Biler – and then promptly sent him back to Plough Lane.
The 18-year-old rightback answered an SOS from Angels boss Steve McKimm after the National League South club reluctantly placed their first-team squad on furlough last week. But with the Step 2 season now null and void, Biler will no longer be required.
Bradford Park Avenue midfielder Regan Booty has joined National League North rivals Chorley.
The 22-year-old former Huddersfield and Aldershot Town youngster signed for Avenue in December having left Notts County last summer.
Sam Austin, 24, has signed a new deal to stay at Kidderminster Harriers until the summer of 2023.