Following the disappointing and embarrassing exit out of the FA Cup at the fourth qualifying round stages, Andy Scott has brought in two more options available to his fingertips.
Reading graduate, Jonathan Henly is most likely to take over from Luke Williams after filling in for the injury set back Glenn Morris whilst left sided defender Dan Butler arrives from Portsmouth on a months loan.
19 year old Henly, is a graduate of the Reading academy and has been with The Royals since the age of 10 and has had several call ups to the Scotland U19′s before receiving his first call up to the U21′s earlier this month. Recently, he signed a two year deal with parent club, Reading after being an unused substitute during their Premier League encounter against Everton back in March.
Dan Butler, is a left sided defender and has made sixteen starts for Pompey this season, joining the Shots on a months loan and was previously at Havant & Waterlooville in the Conference South back in November 2012, making just eight appearances during his loan spell with The Hawks.
Speaking about Butler, Shot boss Andy Scott said: "Portsmouth have helped us out with Dan, he played a lot of games in League One last season.
"We need to strengthen the squad and he can play in several positions, which is also beneficial to us. He's got good ability and he can help us with a bit more experience and solidity."
Both players are expected to be available for this weekend’s trip to Chester.