UNDER-pressure Halesowen Town manager Morell Maison has been busy in the transfer market with the addition of six new faces and a host of others expected to follow as he bids to end his side’s alarming slide.

The Yeltz have slipped to fourth in the BGB Premier Division table following a 4-0 humbling at home to Rugby Town on Saturday and a 4-1 hiding at Brackley on Tuesday evening.

The boss had been down to the barebones following a transfer embargo imposed last week.

Following frantic negotiations the ban was lifted last Friday and Maison did not take long to bolster his threadbare squad.

Maison has signed Buckingham Town all-time leading goalscorer Reuben Max-Grant last Friday in time for him to make his debut against Rugby.

Also signing on the dotted line for the Yeltz is former Leicester City forward Jon Stevenson who has recently been released by Corby Town.

Stevenson was set for his debut against Rugby but missed the game due to travel difficulties, which forced the Yeltz to field the injured Justin Rowe for eight minutes until the arrival of Max-Grant, who had broken down on the way to the ground.

Maison has also lured twins Carl and Jerome Paul to the Grove.

The brothers, who can play anywhere across the back both started away at Brackley.

The wheeling and dealing down at the Grove did not end there with Eric Young signing from Kettering and Akwasi Edusei from Farnborough, with the latter starting on Tuesday.

All six are set to be part of the squad to host Bedford Town on Saturday (3pm kick-off).

The revolving Grove door is not seemingly stopping, with Maison believed to be eyeing up a handful of new recruits before the weekend.

One player who will come back into contention is Darren Caskey after serving a one-game suspension.

Next Tuesday, the Yeltz will travel to Tiverton Town (7.45pm kick-off).