The revolving door that is the Halesowen Town dressing room continues to work over-time as manager Morell Maison continues to re-mould his squad for a promotion push.

It would not be a normal week at the Grove if there were players not signing up or saying goodbye and the last seven days have been no different.

Maison has been able to snap up Darren Caskey on a permanent deal from Kettering, while veteran forward Paul Devlin (pictured) has left to become assistant manager at Rugby Town.

Maison said: "Getting Darren here permanently is great news because he is a key figure both as a player and a coach.

"The pair of us share an uncanny similarity on how we want the game played and it seems to be paying dividends.

"It's a bit of a coup for the club because I know the Kettering chairman is a big fan of his and didn't want to see him leave."

"It's unfortunate Paul has moved on but at his age he wants first team football.

"What I can say about him is that he's a true professional and his behaviour off the pitch is exemplary.

"He set a great example to the rest of the squad and is someone younger players could really look up to."

The transfer merry-go-round is set to continue at a pace with the futures of midfielder Jay Denny and fans favourite Nick Amos unclear.

Denny who arrived at the Grove in the summer had turned down an approach from BGB Premier Division rivals Bromsgrove Rovers but undeterred the Greens have put in another seven-day approach for the player.

Meanwhile Nick Amos, who has had to settle for a place on the substitute's bench in recent weeks has had a seven-day approach made by Banbury United.

Maison is keen to hold onto the pair but only time will tell if he's successful.

Another player who has signed up for the Yeltz is Ikechi Anya.

Maison fought off interest from other clubs to make Anya his latest Yeltz signing.

20 years old, Ikechi has this season played for Oxford City and previously was with Wycombe Wanderers.

This weekend's Grove clash is the first of three home fixtures on the bounce with Gloucester City coming to town on Tuesday (7.45pm kick off) before Merthyr Tydfil stop off on Saturday January 19.

Maison believes the trio of home fixtures will tell him a lot about their hopes for the season following a 2-1 defeat away at Rugby last weekend.

He said: "This is a crucial week of the season for us.

"In recent weeks against Bromsgrove and then Rugby we have fallen short but these three games are all winnable.

"If we were to come away with maximum points it would help consolidate our position near the top of this division and set us up nicely for a real championship push."