BUSY boss Brendan Kelly has intensified the competition for places at table topping Bromsgrove Sporting by bringing in three more players.

He has added Birmingham City youngsters Adan George and Christ Mayuba who arrive at the Victoria Ground on work experience.

Kelly has also snapped up Northern Ireland Under-19 international Dan O'Sullivan from Walsall.

Sullivan, who operates as a wideman, has been on Walsall's books for several years and has been training with Sporting for the past couple of weeks. He goes straight into the squad over the festive period.

Kelly added: "Both Adan and Christ trained with us for the first time last Thursday, although Adan isn't 100 per cent fit at the moment.

"They are young lads , so we will have to manage them properly and I want to thank Birmingham City's Under-18's manager Karl Hooper for his help in allowing us to have them".

It hasn't all been one way traffic as Jack Cresswell has chosen to leave the Rouslers and join Midland league side Racing Club Warwick.

Cresswell, who was previously with Redditch United, featured the recent Worcestershire Senior Urn defeat against tenants Worcester City but was then left out of the side who beat Kempston 4-0 last weekend.

Kelly stressed: " I didn't want to lose Jack, in fact I don't want to lose anyone at the moment.

"But Jack was clearly disappointed that he didn't feature against Kempston and has decided to move on. I want to wish him every success for the future.

"I had 24 players at training this week, which only underlines how competitive it is for places, but everyone at the club knows where they stand as I'll always be honest with the players".

Kelly was handed an additional boost this week with Liam Spink returning to full training with the Rouslers.

Spink suffered an horrific injury 12 months ago when he sustained a fractured tibula, fibula and dislocated ankle.

But Spink has been featuring recently for Northfield Town in Midland League Division Two.

Kelly claimed: "It's great to have Liam back. He's played about four or five games for Northfield and is now back to full tilt".