Wealdstone have strengthened their squad by signing utility player Jack Mills from Hayes & Yeading United.

Mills will bring valuable experience to the Stones after being a regular at Conference level.

The versatile 22-year-old is comfortable in midfield or at full-back and can also play as a striker.

Mills started out at the Reading Academy and during his time with the Royals had loan spells with Oxford City and in Holland with Telstar.

Having been released in the summer of 2012 he returned to Oxford before moving on to Staines in January 2013.

Mills has international honours with England at under-19 level.

His arrival follows the signing of Toby Little from Chesham United.

The 25-year-old is an ex-Chelsea academy player, who has represented England at both College and University level and can play in a variety of positions down the left side.

Little has experience in the Conference Premier and South having previously played for Hayes and Yeading United, Woking and Basingstoke Town.

Their signings are a boost for Gordon Bartlett after the manager recently lost forward Tom Pett to Stevenage.