GUISELEY have made three signings on the eve of tonight's National League home game with Macclesfield Town.

Paul Cox's injury hit squad will be boosted by the arrival of Oxford City striker Mike Fondop, young Peterborough left-back Lewis Freestone and experienced winger Andy Haworth.

Fondop, an imposing 6ft 3ins Cameroonian, signed for Oxford in August 2016 after playing for Billericay Town and Whitehawk.

The left-footed 23-year-old player joins Guiseley on a permanent deal.

Freestone, 17, is a rising talent in the Peterborough set up and has four League One games to his credit.

The left-back joins Guiseley on loan after making progress through the Posh Academy.

He burst onto the first team scene in pre-season 2016. He had a number of loan spells in 2016-17 to increase his experience including spells at Cambridge City and St Albans City.

He signed a three-year professional contract with Peterborough in July 2016.

Haworth, 28, has joined the Lions for a short spell. He progressed through the Blackburn Rovers youth system and made his first team debut in 2008.

He had loan spells with Gateshead and Rochdale before signing for Bury in 2010.

Loan spells with Oxford United in 2011 and Bradford City in 2012 were followed by a move to Scottish First Division side Falkirk in July 2012.

He then played for Rochdale, Notts County, Tamworth and Cheltenham before joining Barrow in 2015.

Most recently he has short spells at Macclesfield Town and Torquay United. Guiseley will be his 14th club.