TONY Gore has bolstered his Dudley Sports squad with two new arrivals.

Forward Nehemia Zazi has come in from Smethwick Rangers and Rhys Harper joins from Sunday football.

Gore hopes the double swoop, as well as the return from injury of Matt Hanson, will give Sports a lift ahead of their clash at Wellington Amateurs this Saturday.

He said: "It is a big game for us and a game we have to take something from. It's certainly not a game to lose.

"They have brought in around 15 new players and have had some good results recently so it is a game that will be difficult.

"We have also done well in recent weeks though with the win over Smethwick and the performance against Wolves Sporting.

"Confidence is high at the moment and it's important we keep that gap between ourselves and those below us, especially because we've played a few games more."

Gore is pleased to boost numbers and said others could also be added.

He said: "It is clear looking at us that we need to score more goals and hopefully Nehemia will bring that.

"Having Matt Hanson back is also good to see. He's been out with a broken leg but played 45 minutes in the last game and is in contention again now.

"I'm working on adding others to the squad but that probably won't happen in time for the weekend."