CONCORD Rangers have made a trio of new signings as Danny Scopes continues to strengthen his squad.

Billy Roast, Decarrey Sheriff and Kreshnic Krasniqi have agreed to join the Beach Boys ahead of the forthcoming National League South campaign.

And Scopes, who replaced Sammy Moore at the helm last month, is pleased to have welcomed Roast back to the Aspect Arena for a second spell with the club.

Scopes said: “I’m pleased to get Billy back at the club.

“For me, this signing is like keeping a player from last year as Billy knows the club and what it is about as he played here before and did really well.

“Billy comes in with some unfinished business in the National League South.”

Roast has made the move after shining in the Isthmian North with Maldon & Tiptree last term.

The central defender departed Concord in favour of a move to domestic rivals Dartford last summer, where he linked up with former Beach Boys chief Adam Flanagan.

But Roast went onto join Maldon, where he reached the play-off final before losing to Heybridge Swifts on penalties.

Decarrey Sheriff was also on the books of Maldon in the first half of last term, where he scored 11 Isthmian North goals.

The frontman’s fine form earned him a loan move to Dulwich Hamlet.

And Scopes believes Sheriff, who came through the ranks at League Two side Colchester United, has a bright future ahead of him.

The Concord boss added: “Decarrey is another goalscorer at the lower levels, which he showed at Dulwich Hamlet while on loan from Colchester.

“He is quick and direct, with some really good ability in and around the penalty area and attacking third.

“Decarrey is another player very keen to progress.”

Krasniqi has also agreed terms with the Beach Boys.

The midfielder, who counts Billericay Town among his former clubs, has joined after enjoying an impressive campaign as captain of Isthmian North outfit Heybridge Swifts.

Krasniqi led Heybridge, who are managed by ex-Canvey Island left-back Julian Dicks, to play-off final success but the club were denied promotion to the Isthmian Premier League due to the restructuring of the pyramid.

And Scopes has been following the progress of Krasniqi in recent years.

“I watched Kresh a few times last year and I’ve spoken to some good people in the game about him,” admitted Scopes.

“We are signing a real winner and a player with a hunger to drive others on, both on and off the pitch.

“I believe we are getting Kresh at the right time in his football journey and this is the perfect fit for the club and me as a manager.”