DANNY Scopes is pleased to have bolstered his Concord Rangers side with a trio of exciting signings.

Chris Millar, Jack Cawley and Danny Bassett have been the latest names to make the move to the Aspect Arena following Scopes’ appointment as Sammy Moore’s successor earlier this month.

And the Beach Boys’ new boss cannot wait to work with the latest arrivals.

Scopes said: “Chris, technically, is an outstanding player.

“I am looking forward to working with him and seeing what he can bring to us.

“Jack is a real leader and will be great for us.

“He is a presence on and off the pitch.

“He will be an asset to the team and club.

“Danny is a player who knows where the net is and I’m looking forward to seeing him prove that at this level.”

Scopes has wasted no time in putting his stamp on the Concord squad, having welcomed nine new signings since taking the reins.

And, with several players departing the Aspect Arena since the climax of the National League South campaign, Scopes and head of recruitment Adam Drew have been eager to bring in talent from lower in the pyramid as well as give opportunities to some stars released from higher ranking clubs.

Cawley has completed his transfer to the Beach Boys from Isthmian North side Maldon & Tiptree.

The central defender reached the play-off final in a fine season with the Jammers.

And the 26-year-old - who counts Heybridge Swifts among his former clubs - also spent time in the United States, where he featured for Ann Arbor.

Millar has made the switch to the Aspect Arena after defeating Cawley in the Isthmian North play-off final with Heybridge Swifts.

The creative midfielder began last term with Maldon & Tiptree and came through the Charlton Athletic youth system.

Scopes has added to his striking options by sealing the signing of Bassett from Tooting & Mitcham United.

Bassett scored 20 goals and claimed 10 assists for Tooting last term, while the frontman has also gained experience during spells with Staines Town and Egham Town.