York City have signed midfielder Ben Swallow and central defender Chris Doig until the end of the season.
Swallow, 22, joined after a spell with Bristol Rovers while Doig, 30, was recently released by Aldershot Town.
York City manager Gary Mills told BBC Radio York: "Ben is another player that will want to start his career and show people what he's made of.
"Chris is a good player and hungry to get his name around this country again to show what a good player he is."
Mills also said that Swallow, who played against York earlier this season for Bath City, had been a target for some time.
"I tried to get Ben a few weeks ago," the York boss said.
"Unfortunately the manager situation changed at Bristol so that was put on the back burner until now.
"He's an exciting winger, and left-footed. [He's] something we've not really had at York to balance us off and he's a very exciting player that can create and score goals."
Doig has previous experience with Nottingham Forest and Northampton and also won international honours for Scotland at Under-21 level.
Mills added: "He's experienced, he knows the game, and he's old-school and a good organiser.
"He's left-sided and I'm delighted to have him. I think he'll be a great addition to us."