Mark Goldberg has shuffled the pack at Welling as he bids to end their winless start to the season.
Three players have moved to Park View Road while two others, Oliver Sprague and Bobby Devine have left.
Goldberg hinted at changes following last week's 1-0 home defeat by St Albans City, which leaves The Wings second bottom in Vanarama National League South, with only one point from a possible 15.
Wide-men Dean Morgan and Lyle Dellaverde, and striker Adam Coombes are the three new faces.
Goldberg said: "What we need right now is experience, players that can come straight in and do the job that we need them to do”
He added: “Dean has played a number of games at league one and more recently for Woking and also in Iceland this summer, so he is fit and ready.
"We are very fortunate to bring him in and hopeful of getting international clearance through by Saturday.
“Lyle is still only 21, has played for Crawley in the Football League, was bought by Fulham from Southend United and he has all the experience we are looking for and can play both wings”
“Adam has scored against Liverpool (in the Capital One cup), but injuries have stopped him from having a career at the highest level, having started at Chelsea.
"I played him as a winger at Bromley, i want to give him the opportunity to play up front, i believe he can be prolific at this level”
All three are in the squad for the trip to Truro City on Saturday.
Pierre Joseph-Dubois is fit, but Warren Whiteley is not 100% ready so will miss out, but is expected to be return at home to Chelmsford on Monday.