Last Updated: Thursday, 27 March, 2003, 17:00 GMT
Nationwide League clubs spent Thursday making last-minute signings before the transfer deadline.
Main transfer round-up:
Iceland international Hermann Hreidarsson has completed a £900,000 move from
Ipswich to Charlton - but will not be able to play for the Addicks this season.
Hull City have splashed out £100,000 on Stockport County striker Ben Burgess who had recently been on loan at Oldham Athletic following an unhappy first few months at Stockport.
Northampton Town have spent £50,000 on Cambridge United forward Tom Youngs.
Reading have boosted their play-off hopes by re-signing winger Luke Chadwick on loan from Manchester United and taking Burnley winger Glen Little.
Stoke City have taken striker Ade Akinbiyi on loan from Crystal Palace.
Sheffield United have signed goalkeeper Gary Kelly from Northwich and Mark Rankine from Preston.
Grimsby have boosted their squad with the signing of Preston youngster Michael Keane on loan until the end of the season.
Doncaster Rovers boosted their Nationwide Conference promotion bid by signing striker Greg Blundell for £25,000 from Northwich.
Rovers have also signed Sheffield United striker Tyrone Thompson on loan.
Millwall have signed Brentford striker Mark McCammon on a free transfer after being released.
Rushden & Diamonds pulled off a major transfer coup with the signing of veteran Coventry striker Dean Holdsworth.
Bradford City have signed Dutch striker Laurens Ten Heuvel on loan from Sheffield United and taken ex-Swindon defender Frazer McHugh, 22, on non-contract terms from Halesowen Town.
Brentford have signed Efan Ekoku until the end of the season on a non-contract basis.
Rochdale have signed defender Darren Hockenhull from Blackburn and keeper Neil Bennett from Bradford on loan.
Dale have also signed 19-year-old central defender Michael Taylor from Blackburn.
Bournemouth have signed Southampton striker Scott McDonald for the rest of the season after he scored twice in a reserve trial.
Leyton Orient have signed Charlton defender Michael Turner on loan for Leyton Orient until the end of the season.
Shrewsbury have snapped up striker Scott Partridge after parting company with Rushden & Diamonds.
Oxford United have completed the loan signing of Paul McCarthy from Wycombe.
Colchester have taken striker Ben May on loan from Millwall until the end of the season.
Tranmere boss Ray Mathias has strengthened his squad with the loan signing of Preston midfielder Iain Anderson.
Bristol Rovers have boosted their bid to avoid relegation by signing striker Andy Rammel from Wycombe.
Sheffield Wednesday have completed the free-transfer signing of Birmingham winger Richard Evans.
Injury-hit Notts County have signed Manchester City defender Paddy McCarthy, 19, on a month's loan.
Macclesfield have signed former Southend and Oxford striker Ben Abbey, 25, from Nationwide League club Woking on a non-contract basis.