National League bottom club Kidderminster Harriers have signed former Macclesfield Town striker Arthur Gnahoua and French midfielder Ousmane Fane on short-term contracts.
Gnahoua, 23, scored three goals in 34 games in a near three-year stay with the Silkmen that ended in January 2015 with a move to Spain.
Fane, 22, has played in his native France and Norway.
Both players have signed deals at Aggborough until the end of the season.
Harriers chief executive Colin Gordon told the club website: "We're delighted to welcome both lads - we've had to be very patient and a lot of work has gone in to getting everything sorted.
|Five out - two in|
|The arrival of Arthur Gnahoua and Ousmane Fane comes as the financially-struggling Harriers continue to carefully juggle their budget|
|Defender Matt Young and midfielder Dino Fazlic have left, while keeper Alex Palmer and centre-back Karl Howkins have returned to parent club West Bromwich Albion following the end of their loans.|
|Teenage Harriers striker George Cater is also leaving to join Northern Premier League Division One South leaders Stafford Rangers.|
"We're excited by them and what they can bring to the team - they'll both be involved in the friendly against Wolves on Friday night and could have a big part to play for us between now and the end of the season."
Harriers are currently 12 points adrift of safety at the foot of the National League, having won only twice so far this season.