Twenty-four-year-old Chris Dawson has joined the Gingerbreads on a month's loan from Vanarama National League North side Bradford Park Avenue.
The attacking midfielder started their season before picking up an injury, which has seen him not getting a regular place in the Avenue side.
Dawson started his career at Leeds United, appearing in four Championship matches.
He also possesses two under-21 caps for Wales.
Also joining is Jordan Adebayo-Smith.
The 18-year-old striker comes on a `work experience` from SkyBet League Two side Lincoln City.
This season he has been named on the bench in League Two, appeared in the EFL Trophy and scored a hat-trick in the FA Youth Cup.
And Michael Tweed has joined from another National League North outfit, Nuneaton Borough.
Tweed is an aggressive midfield player who is not afraid to get into tackles but is also always looks to get on the ball and move forward.
He made his Boro debut away at Barwell in pre-season and was previously on the books of Queens Park Rangers.
Dawson, Adebayo-Smith and Tweed join a quintet who have followed the management team from United Counties League Division One neighbours Harrowby United in strikers Nathan Kelly and Steve Chaplin, goalkeeper Sam Andrew and midfielders Joe Briers and Danny Brooks, while Obaro Edobor arrives from Nuneaton and player-coaches Adam Smith and Adriano Basso joined from Matlock Town and Nuneaton respectively.