AFC Telford United have completed the signing of striker Chris Sharp from The New Saints.
The Bucks confirmed the deal for the 25-year-old after receiving international clearance from the Welsh Football Association.
Telford have also signed former Bath and Forest Green goalkeeper Ryan Robinson on non-contract terms after Lee Evans suffered a back injury.
Meanwhile, striker James Lawrie has joined Altrincham on loan.
Sharp, the son of ex-Everton and Scotland player Graeme, caught the eye of Telford manager Andy Sinton in the Shropshire Senior Cup final and will bolster the Bucks' attack while Adam Proudlock recovers from a groin injury.
During his career he has played against Belgium champions Anderlecht in the Champions League and has also played in the Europa League.
Sharp has proved to be a prolific goalscorer where ever he has played, scoring 34 goals in 41 appearances for Bangor City.