Goalkeeper Ross Worner signs from Rushmoor neighbours Aldershot Town, a former schoolboy player at Millwall and Crystal Palace he switched to Woking as part of their academy set up.

He was rewarded for his performances and attitude with a first team contract in the summer of 2007, making his senior debut as a first half substitute against Cambridge United in the August of that year.

Worner earned the shirt on a permanent basis during the 2009-10 season, making 52 appearances was named both Supporters and Managers Player of the Year in recognition of his performances.

League One side Charlton Athletic picked up on his performances and he made the switch to The Valley in August 2010 for an undisclosed fee.

Within days of signing he made his debut in a League Cup first round tie against Shrewsbury Town, followed soon by his Football league debut against Huddersfield Town, but found his first team appearances restricted to just 10 throughout the season, and he was released at the end of the season.

In July 2011 he signed for Aldershot Town on a two year deal.

Injuries at the end of the 2011/12 season curtailed his season.

With Craig Bradshaw’s injury looking to keep him out for a few more weeks, Worner will provide invaluable experience to the squad.

The second signing is midfielder Matt Ball (Below)  from League One side Stevenage.

A product of the Norwich City youth team, whom he joined at the age of 12, he captained the academy side during the 2010/11 season, and went on to represent The Canaries reserve team, returning 8 goals in 14 appearances.

A Northern Ireland under 21 International he signed for Stevenage ahead of the 2012/13 campaign.

Commenting on the signings, ‘Boro boss Spencer Day said “With regards to the signing of Ross, whilst Chuck (Jamie Norris) has done very well over the last few matches, I am conscious that we are likely to be without Craig Bradshaw for potentially another month, and with nine matches coming up in the next 30 odd days the chance to bring in an experienced goalkeeper is the sensible decision, there is no doubt Jamie will get his chance”.

Talking about Matt Ball, Day added “Matt is highly regarded by Stevenage, he had good grounding at Norwich City, and like the arrangement with Tom Donegan the financial arrangement fits with the clubs current situation, and we thank Stevenage for their assistance with this deal.”