Twenty-three-year-old midfielder Max Kretzschmar has joined the Beavers for the coming season.
Kretzschmar (pictured) spent five years as part of the Wycombe Wanderers youth programme before joining Woking.
Local boy Kretzschmar made seventy-three appearances for Wycombe before his time at Woking where he made twenty-two appearances, scoring 3 times, his last in the final game of the season against Dagenham & Redbridge.
The Beavers also announced the signing of 25-year-old forward or attacking midfielder Harry Crawford.
Crawford came up through the Southend United youth system, making thirty-three appearances for the Shrimpers before joining Dartford in 2012 and then Barnet, returning to the Darts in 2014.
He's also had spells at Boreham Wood and St Albans City before spending last season at Welling United.
Back in 2010, Crawford made two appearances for the Republic of Ireland under-19s.
Manager Alan Dowson also signed 26-year-old central defender Charlie Wassmer.
Wassmer has been out on loan this season from Maidenhead United, playing for Gosport Borough and Kingstonian, but he originally came up through the Hayes & Yeading United youth team before breaking through into the starting squad in 2009.
He then had a season at Crawley Town in 2011, before taking a permanent move to Cambridge United in 2013.
Later that year, he returned to Hayes & Yeading before moving to Margate in 2014 and then to York Road last summer.