Tim Flowers has made his first signing as manager, with midfielder Ben Fox joining on an initial one month loan deal from Burton Albion, with a view to extending the loan agreement in January.
The 22-year-old Central Midfield player joins up with the Bees ahead of tomorrow's Buildbase FA Trophy clash with Dorking Wanderers.
The 5"11 defensive midfielder has played nine league matches for the Brewers so far this campaign and provides Flowers with an additional body with his side still without some key First Team players due to injuries and suspension.
Speaking on his first acquisition as Bees boss, Tim Flowers said: "Ben is an energetic, box-to-box midfielder, he's got a goal in him as well. He has obviously played in League One for Burton on a number of occasions, he also knows the division. He knows the story, he's been at Gateshead and Solihull before my time there.
"He's in decent shape, but most of all he is a mobile lad, who can move the football. We'll put him in there and have a look."
The deal is subject to all of the relevant regulatory processes, Fox will wear the number 25 during his time with the Bees.
We would like to welcome Ben to the Club and wish him well for his spell with us.