Darlington boss Steve Staunton has today brought three new players to the club.
Young striker James Collins has joined on a three-month loan deal from Aston Villa, while promising midfielder David Davis comes in from Wolves for a month.
The Quakers have also signed French striker Mor Diop, who had been playing with Ibiza in the Tercera Division, Spain's fourth division, although the 21-year-old has already picked up a slight muscle injury which has ruled him out of Saturday's trip to Barnet.
Collins,18, has been prolific for Villa's youth and reserves in the last couple of seasons, while centre midfielder Davis, also 18, is highly thought of at Molineux.
Meanwhile, Staunton is hoping to sign Whitby-born 29-year-old defender Richard Jackson, the former Derby, Luton and Hereford right-back, in time for the weekend.