Aldershot manager Terry Brown has bolstered his in-form squad with the capture of midfielders Tony Shields and Adam Miller.
Shields has joined the Shots on a three-month loan deal from Peterborough, while Miller joins following a short spell at Conference rivals Gravesend & Northfleet.
Both players signed ahead of Saturday's seven-day deadline to make them eligible for this weekend's FA Cup clash with Forest Green.
"I'm chuffed to bits with both signings," Brown told his club's official website.
"They are two very good players and they are really going to strengthen the side.
"We're continuing with our policy of bringing young, talented players to the club who are going to give us options and fit into the exciting team we are building."
Shields, 23, has started over 100 games for Peterborough since coming through the club's youth-team ranks, while Miller, 21, started his career as a trainee at Ipswich Town before having spells with Canvey Island and Grays Athletic.