Belper Town record-breaker Jon Froggatt is among four new faces at Handsworth Parramore.
Froggatt, who briefly succeeded current Parramore boss Peter Duffield at Belper last season, leaves the Derbyshire club after a six-year spell.
The striker leaves a lasting mark on Belper having hit a club record 150 goals in under 250 appearances – a remarkable achievement.
He is reunited with Duffield, just like midfielder Steve Warne, who also moves across to the Windsor FoodService Stadium.
Toolstation NCEL Premier Division side Parramore have also brought Tawanda Rupere back to Sheffield after a two year stint with Garforth Town.
Rupere played for Handsworth at youth level before moving to Leeds to attend University.
The midfielder was named as Garforth’s manager’s player of the year after an excellent season at Wheatley Park.
The final signing is Danny Booth, who arrives from Heanor Town. Booth is a former Sheffield FC, Hallam and Shirebrook Town.