TWO new additions have left Braintree Town manager Glen Driver feeling he has his squad pretty much where he wants it.

Braintree head into Saturday’s home game against Dulwich Hamlet on the back of taking 13 points from their last six games with a run that has put them second in the Vanarama National League South form table.

The latest point came in a 2-2 draw at high-flying Concord Rangers on Tuesday when the Iron had a new face in their line-up.

Full-back Cameron Green stepped into the side after joining on a loan deal from Premier League side Watford and Driver was impressed with how the 20-year-old started.

The Iron boss said: “Cameron had been at Reading and had not been allowed to go out on loan into non-league but he’s moved to Watford and has come to us.

“I felt he took to it like a duck to water at Concord.

“He was fantastic.

“He got up and down the pitch, was brave and is everything we are looking for.

“He will only get better and better and I know he will push us on.”

But Green isn’t the only new addition that Driver has made this week as he has also strengthened his midfield options by bringing in former Arsenal trainee and Millwall under-23 player Harry Donovan.

And the manager feels his squad is now where he wants it to be.

He added: “I’ve brought in Harry Donovan as well after he had impressed in training with us.

“He was a free agent and had been recommended and he’s looked very good so far so we’re pleased to have him on board.

“He could have been involved at Concord Rangers but had just signed and that would have been a big ask for him, but he could be involved at the weekend.

“He’s a central midfielder and that’s somewhere that we felt we needed a bit more and I’m happy to have got him.

“I now believe that we are where we need to be in terms of the squad.”