Bristol Rovers have signed forwards Nathan Blissett and Bradley Goldberg.
Blissett, 24, arrives from Conference rivals Kidderminster Harriers on an initial loan deal, which will become permanent in January.
He scored against his new club last Saturday, in the Harriers' 1-1 draw at the Memorial Stadium.
Goldberg, 21, arrives on a month-long loan deal from League Two side Dagenham and Redbridge, where he has made seven substitute appearances.
"I've got the opportunity to come and get some games and I'm looking forward to it," Goldberg told BBC Radio Bristol.
"I was hoping I'd get a good run of games at Dagenham but it hasn't quite worked out. To come here on loan and hopefully score some goals will be great."
Speaking about the arrival of Blissett - the nephew of former Watford Luther - Bristol Rovers manager Darrell Clarke said: "Nathan will add a different dimension to our squad and provides us with another attacking option.
"Our supporters were able to see him in action against us last Saturday and will be aware of his potential and that he is an exciting talent.
"I'm very much looking forward to working with him."