League Two outfit Aldershot have signed Greg Pearson and Charlie Henry on loan from Burton and Luton respectively.
Striker Pearson, 26, arrives from League Two rivals Burton until January 7 having made just two substitute appearances this season.
Winger Henry, who only made his debut for the Hatters last month after over a year out injured, is reunited with Shots boss Dean Holdsworth after the pair spent two seasons together at Newport. His agreement runs until January 22.
Both signings have been supported by the Player Share scheme in which Aldershot supporters donate funds or purchase shares in the independent limited company to help fund the arrival of transfers.
Holdsworth said: "I am really grateful to Player Shares contribution to make these loan signings happen. It is a really valuable contribution and I cannot thank them enough. I am delighted that a lot of work that has been undertaken recently has paid off. We have brought in some good players who I am looking forward to working with."
Meanwhile, Shots midfielder Adam Mekki has gone back out on loan to non-league Basingstoke Town following his recent return from Dorchester.