Vanarama National League South club Gloucester City have made it four new signings today following Zack Kotwica`s return from Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division South side Salisbury FC.
New City boss Mike Cook has also brought Frenchman Fabien Robert back on loan from SkyBet League Two neighbours Forest Green Rovers and has brought in Harry Hodges and Ryan Law, also on loan, from League One outfit Plymouth Argyle.
Thirty-year-old Robert has returned to the Tigers on loan until the end of the season.
The midfielder spent two months at City earlier this campaign, netting just 17 seconds into his debut and making 5 appearances.
Robert, who has been capped by France at under-20 level, began his career at Ligue One outfit Lorient before moving to Doncaster Rovers and Swindon Town, and most recently Forest Green where he has also enjoyed recent loan spells at Aldershot Town.
Harry Hodges is a right-back who joined Plymouth`s academy in 2009 as an under-10.
He is comfortable when in possession of the ball and looks to break forward to support the attack, providing good quality crosses.
He was awarded a professional contract in the summer of 2018.
Law, 19, joined the Plymouth academy as an under 9 in September 2008 and plays as an attacking left back.
He was part of a successful FA Youth Cup team that overcame Manchester City and Burnley last season and was rewarded for his hard work in November when he made his senior team debut in a 2-0 Checkatrade Trophy defeat at Newport County.
Both Hodges and Law join City on one-month loans with a view to extend.