King's Lynn Town manager Ian Culverhouse has spoken to the club's website after completing his first pieces of summer business.
Culverhouse has made three new new acquisitions and has promised Linnets fans that the trio are all hungry for success.
The Lynn chief has brought in Sam Kelly, a player he worked with briefly at Norwich City, as well as defender Nathan Fox from Hednesford and highly-rated midfielder Sonny Carey from Wroxham.
Former Canaries player Kelly, 26, has plenty of league experience having played for both Port Vale and Grimsby Town in the Football League.
Culverhouse said: "Sam has recently dropped out of the Football League and is a hell of a signing for this football club.
"He's a great lad. He can handle the ball in any area and is very quick on it and he will give us another dimension to how we play.
I'm delighted he has come to us. He needs a platform to play on and we're all about giving players that. Hopefully he will use us to get his rewards and we can use him to push us forward.
"I'm really excited about the prospect of working with him and what he can bring to us."
Defender Fox is a player the Linnets boss came across during his time in the managerial hot seat at Grantham Town.
"I came up against him during my time at Grantham," said Culverhouse.
"He is very good technically and loves to get forward as much as possible.
"We know he's got big shoes to fit into after Frazer (Blake-Tracy), but he's up for it and hungry, so I'm delighted to have him on board to fill that void."
Culverhouse was also full of praise for the club's third new face in Carey, an 18-year-old who arrives from Wroxham with a glowing reputation.
"Sonny is some talent," admitted Culverhouse.
"He's got lots of potential. He is a young boy who wants to learn the game and continue his development.
"Sonny has been training with us for the last month and is a really bright prospect."
The Linnets hope to bring in one, or possibly two, more signings before pre-season commences on July 2.