Hayes & Yeading United are poised to complete the signing of former Sheffield Wednesday youngster Harry Grant.
Grant started his career in the youth teams of Reading and Swindon Town before going on to sign for Dave Jones’ Owls in June 2012 on a two-year contract.
A loan spell at Gillingham followed, later becoming a permanent deal with the League Two title winners, before being shipped out to Maidenhead for a season.
Released by the Gills, Grant joined big-spending Bromley but ended the season at troubled Farnborough as Spencer Day’s side were relegated from the Conference South.
United boss Tristan Lewis said: “He was good against us for Farnborough last season and the previous year at Maidenhead.
“Harry’s desire, honesty and intelligence has impressed me since he was a kid. I get on well with Mark Goldberg at Bromley and he shares my views.
“Harry comes from a good footballing family - Barnet manager Martin Allen is his uncle and his brother plays for Oxford.”
Meanwhile, Ben Gerring has also agreed terms with Hayes & Yeading and will return to the club to form a formidable central defensive partnership with Yado Mambo next season.
Despite these fine signings, Lewis has told fans the club is operating with the same budget as the previous two campaigns - albeit with much bigger ambitions.
He added: "I hear people who think are budget is bigger due to the calibre of player we're trying to sign.
"We have the same budget as the last two seasons but I can assure everyone our plans and our agenda are very different.
"These lads are buying into our vision and are all men who are going to be proud to wear the Hayes & Yeading shirt."