The transfer deadline day may have passed but the biggest signing to have been made since shutting on Wednesday night has seen former Boreham Wood midfielder Sam Cox join National League South side Wealdstone on a non-contract basis.
Since leaving National League outfit Boreham Wood in the summer, Sam has been inundated with options and interest from in the Football League and National League.
After spending four of the past five seasons with Boreham Wood, which included promotion to the National League and amassing over 100 appearances and countless clean sheets Sam's next move was important.
With plenty of interest up and down the country following exploits in the National League last season broadcast on BT Sport, no offer was right for Sam at this stage of his career but the opportunity to play for Wealdstone under the guidance of manager Gordon Bartlett was too good to turn down.
On the move to Wealdstone Sam said:
"I'm delighted to be back in the game after agreeing terms at Wealdstone. I felt that this was the right move for me at the present time and I'm really looking forward to the new challenge. Out of the teams I had offers from, I felt Wealdstone fitted my ambitions the most.
"I had been speaking to the manager Gordan Bartlett and Chairman Peter Marsden over the past couple of weeks and I was really impressed with what they had to say and what direction the club was going in. I'm someone who always wants to better myself and the Chairman seemed to echo my philosophy.
"There's almost a feel of a revolution going on at the Club and that's something that I wanted to be part of! What attracted me was that they have a great fan base here and also the club is run by "real" genuine people, with the players interest at heart. The club were very understanding and encouraging of my International commitments with Guyana and also my academy coaching role at Tottenham Hotspur, which made it easier to come up with a deal that fitted both parties.
"I won promotion as a Club Captain out of this league two seasons ago and I plan to do the same with Wealdstone. My character has been developed after some difficult times I had towards the back end of last season and now it's time for me to really start enjoying my football and doing what I do best."Click here to stay up to date with AtTheMatch