East Fife chairman Lee Murray has promised more new faces after the club completed deals for Kevin Rutkiewicz and Gary Fisher.
Midfielder Fisher, 21, had been on loan since December but has now settled up with Kilmarnock and put pen to paper on a contract to the summer.
Defender Rutkiewicz, who had been in the United States with the Carolina Railhawks, has signed on for 18 months and will assume a player-coach role, taking the Fifers’ reserves.
Fifers boss Gary Naysmith’s search for new recruits will go on and chairman Murray revealed that at least another couple of fresh faces are expected at New Bayview before Saturday’s trip to Stranraer.
He welcomed the news of the permanent deal for Fisher and dual role for Rutkiewicz and confirmed that more will follow.
“Gary has been an excellent player for us while on loan and we were delighted to get him signed up till the summer,” said Murray.
“Kevin will bring a wealth of experience to the team and will also take the reserves.
“We are pleased to conclude these deals and I think there will be at least another two done by Friday.”
Naysmith said: “I am delighted to bring in some more bodies after losing Stephen Hughes to Dundee and a few others from our squad.
“Gary has impressed during his time here and, of course, Kevin has tremendous experience.”