Ryman League Premier Division side Needham Market have secured the services of Concord Rangers midfielder Cameron Norman.
The 21-year-old, who has also played for Ryman League Division One North side Norwich United this season, was part of the Norwich City squad that beat Chelsea in the FA Youth Cup final in 2013.
More recently he has been a part of the set-up at Vanarama National League South outfit Concord, for whom he scored one goal in 14 appearances.
However, having now signed on the dotted line at Bloomfields, Norman could make his Needham debut at home to league-leading Bognor Regis Town on Saturday (3pm).
Meanwhile, heading out of the club are Ollie Fenn and Taylor Bannister, with both agreeing initial one-month loan deals at neighbours Bury Town.
Max Booth, who had a trial at Ipswich Town last year, has also signed a four-week extension to his loan stint at Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division side Stanway Rovers.
Under the terms of the agreement, Needham can recall the youngster with 24 hours notice.