Tranmere Rovers manager Keith Hill admitted he was really happy with the shape of the squad heading into the final 21 league matches following a busy deadline day at Prenton Park.
Rovers agreed end of season loan deals with David Nugent and Ali Crawford, alongside tying down the permanent signing of Calum MacDonald.
Today's business is added on top of Kaiyne Woolery's contract extension, alongside the permanent signing of Charlie Jolley and the season long loan of promising young midfielder, Nya Kirby, from Premier League side, Crystal Palace.
The boss said: "I can’t wait for these 21 games with the acquisitions that we have made, and we look really strong for the remaining games of the season.
"The proof is in the pudding, but we’ll have to make sure that the form we are in is retained and continued.
"With the players that we have retained and recruited, it is important that we make the most of the final 21 games remaining but I’m really happy with how things have materialised and the way that we are establishing our key values as a Club.
“We want to represent the supporters in the remaining 21 games and get as many points as we can.”