GARRY HILL has snapped up nomadic midfielder Dean Sinclair just a day after announcing that Reading forward Brett Williams had joined the club on loan.
Sinclair will get a crack at the Blue Square Premier after impressing Hill and assistant Steve Thompson during his trial at Kingfield.
The versatile 27-year-old started his career with Norwich before going on to score 19 goals in 125 appearances for Barnet.
He secured a switch to Charlton in 2007 but spent much of his four year stay at the Valley on loan at either Cheltenham or Grimsby.
Sinclair dropped into non-league football with Arlesey Town in 2011 but was picked up by Hayes & Yeading and then Lowestoft Town before Hill offered him the chance to make his mark at Kingfield.
The Cards chief also adds hot propspect Williams to his attacking arsenal after finalising a long-term loan deal for the striker.
Williams – who led the line in the 2-1 win over Aldershot on Saturday – came through the ranks at Eastleigh before sealing a switch to the Madjeski in January 2011.
He found the net twice whilst on loan with Rotherham last season before finishing the campaign with three goals in 18 appearances for League Two Northampton.