JOEL Nouble has become Concord Rangers’ latest signing after agreeing to make the move from Haringey Borough.

Nouble is the 12th signing the Beach Boys have made since Danny Scopes took over as boss last month.

And Scopes is pleased with his side’s recruitment so far.

“We had a remit to sign good people that want to play for us,” said Scopes, who succeeded Sammy Moore as manager.

“We didn’t go chasing lots of players or force their arm to play for us.

“The only players that interest us are those that want to be here.

“We have told players what we are all about and said that if they want to be a part of what we are trying to achieve then come down.

“So far, we have brought in young, hungry players who are looking to prove a point.

“Some of those we have brought in have been left disappointed after being released by a club at a higher level, while others have shown they are deserving of a chance after excelling at a lower level.

“I have a very good squad on my hands and I can’t wait for us to get together for pre-season.”

Following a record-breaking campaign, which saw Concord finish in sixth place in the second tier of non-league football and also amass an all-time high number of points in the National League South, numerous key players have left the Aspect Arena.

As a result, Scopes has been frantically looking to rebuild his squad and has plucked some of the best-performing stars from the lower leagues.

And Scopes is pleased to welcome a wealth of new talent to the club.

“We take gambles on players and that’s what we have always been about at Concord,” added Scopes.

“We put our arm around each player’s shoulder and give them the tools to perform.

“I think it’s important for us to be willing to give players the experience if they have earned it.

“We also have players – like Lee Minshull – who already have the experience and it’s a great opportunity for the incoming youngsters to learn from people like him.

“It’s all about getting the balance between youth and experience and I feel as though we’ve got that.”

Meanwhile, Concord have announced a seventh pre-season friendly.

The Beach Boys will welcome Hashtag United, who won the Eastern Senior League Division One South title last term, to the Aspect Arena on July 25.