Utility player Tony Diagne has followed Nat Brown in moving to the Club on loan from Macclesfield Town.
The versatile left-sided Frenchman came through the Nottingham Forest youth side but had been playing for Paris-based side FC Municipal d'Aubervilliers when he joined Macclesfield in January 2011.
His form for the Silkmen earned him a contract for the 2011/12 season and he's been a regular in the squad since, weighing in with some important goals including one in Macclesfield's FA Cup success at League One Swindon Town in November.
Joining Brown in the squad for this afternoon's Blue Square Bet Premier game at Woking, 22-year-old Diagne has been handed the number 3 squad shirt and his loan will run until the end of the season. A clause in the deal however, means he won't be able to face his parent club at Moss Rose in Wednesday night's fixture between the two clubs.