All quiet on the pitch but Saints are busy on the transfer front
But while there has been no action on the field, there has been plenty of activity off it as manager Lee Knibbs continues to strengthen his squad.
Defender Martin Hutchcox has rejoined the club, having made four appearances for Saints in the 2012/13 season, while goalkeeper Tom Cross made the switch from United Counties League side AFC Rushden & Diamonds on Monday.
Hutchcox left Southam to join Calor League Premier Division side Banbury United, before moving to Bedworth United in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier, where he made 23 appearances.
“With Ricky Hill unexpectedly deciding to move back to Coventry Sphinx last week, Martin is a very good defensive signing,” said Knibbs.
“He will improve us with his experience of playing two and three leagues higher in the last two seasons.”
“We have been stretched defensively with Andy Wilson-King suspended and Marc Passey out with an injury for an unknown length of time.”
Twenty-five year-old Cross joined Rushden from Evesham United in April 2013, having appeared 21 times for them during their 2012/13 campaign in the Southern League South & West Division.
Tomorrow, Saints are due to host Racing Club Warwick (3pm) in a match originally scheduled for Boxing Day before visiting Castle Vale JKS on Tuesday.