CONCORD Rangers manager Adam Flanagan admits he is excited at the squad he is building, following the addition of four more players.

The Beach Boys have secured the services of Jason Williams, following his release from Southend United, as well as striker Jordan Cox, who has previously spent a loan spell at the club.

Midfielder Jordan Sanderson also links up with the National League South outfit, with Chelmsford City, Ebbsfleet United and Colchester United among his former clubs.

And former Maldon & Tiptree defender Billy Roast makes the leap, having also played for the U’s.

And Flanagan said he was pleased with his business to date.

“I think the signings of Jordan Sanderson and Jason Williams are exciting young prospects and fit the criteria of player I was looking to bring to the club,” he said. “They both come with great reputations and have aspirations to go on and play professional football.

“Jordan Cox returns to the club having been an influential part of Maidenhead United’s title-winning team.

“I feel he will want to show everyone how good he is as we didn’t get to see the best of him last time he was at the club.

“Billy has built a good reputation and he is a very promising defender. He had plenty of interest from clubs at this level and thankfully he chose to come to Concord.”

Williams, 21, appeared eight times for Blues last season before ending the season at Boreham Wood, in the National League.

Sanderson signs having returned home from a stint in Greece while former Billericay and Aveley striker Cox further bolsters a front line that already includes Steve Cawley and Lewis Taaffe.

Roast jumps two tiers, following a run in the Isthmian North last term.

“Jason has scored goals at this level before and I feel he will be a great asset for us,” said Flanagan.

“He will bring something to the team that we haven’t had over recent years with his strength and power and if he play to his strengths then I can’t see why he won’t score a lot of goals.

“Jordan Sanderson has been playing abroad but, now he is back in the UK, he needs a platform to showcase his skills.

“We have been able to give him this opportunity and, having heard nothing but praise for Jordan from his previous managers, I am excited to see what he can achieve this year.

“I am excited to see Jordan Cox back at the club. I don’t feel we got to see the best of him during his loan spell before but the glimpses we did see (Sutton at home in the FA Trophy) showed us what a handful he can be.

“Billy is a very determined individual who wants to get back into full-time football following his release from Colchester.

“He is excited for the challenge this division holds and I believe it is a challenge that he will rise to and excel in.”