Lewes manager Steve King has made two further additions to his already potent looking strikeforce.
The Rooks manager last night finally secured the services of Michael Malcolm, a player he had been looking to sign all summer.
The 25-year-old was with KIng at Farnborough last season and was at Crawley Town at the start of the 2010/11 campaign.
Highly rated Malcolm has an impressive footballing CV, having started his career at Wycombe as a schoolboy, before moving to Stockport County, then Spurs as a trainee.
Malcolm also has Blue Square Premier, North and South experience with Rushden & Diamonds, Kettering and Hayes & Yeading.
King also brought in former Bromley front man Warren McBean, who has also had spells with Farnborough, St Albans and Sutton.
And with ex-Bedford sharp-shooter Ian Draycott and returning Rooks hero Paul Booth also already at the Pan, Rooks fans can look forward to plenty of goals next season.
King enthused about his new signings, saying on the club website: “Both are very talented signings and each are capable of 20 goals a season, as all my strikers are.
“Strikers win you games and we’ve got four of the best in the Ryman league.”
The Rooks’ pre-season continues with their second friendly game at Worthing tomorrow (Saturday), kick off 3pm.