Galway United have completed the double signing of Enda Curran and Sam Warde.
Curran returns to Eamonn Deacy Park for a third spell with the club and Sam Warde joins the Tribesmen after spending a season at the Showgrounds with Sligo Rovers.
Curran signs from Junior side Mervue United, where he lead the goal-scoring charts.
The 27-year-old striker was United's top scorer in the 2015 Premier Division season with 12 goals and Curran has also had spells in the League of Ireland with Athlone Town, Longford Town, Derry City and Salthill Devon.
Limerick native Sam Warde is a versatile midfield player that began his professional career at Huddersfield United.
Warde spent a number of season's playing academy football with Huddersfield before moving on to Colchester United.
21-year-old Warde joined Sligo Rovers on loan from Colchester at the beginning of the 2019 season and he went on to make 24 appearances for the Bit o'Red after Sligo made the move permanent in June.
United manager Alan Murphy has strengthened his central midfield options further with the addition of Warde, who joins fellow Limerick man Shane Duggan, along with Maurice Nugent and Joe Collins, in vying for a starting spot in the middle of the park.