Nigel Clough has expressed his delight after concluding his first two pieces of incoming transfer business this summer.
It was announced on Monday that Marc McNulty had completed his switch from Livingston on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee, whilst Jamal Campbell-Ryce will become a Blade at the beginning of July when his Notts County contract officially ends.
Speaking about his two new recruits, the Gaffer says the reasoning behind the signings are very different, but he believes both players will be valuable additions to the squad moving forward.
Clough remarked: "Jamal brings us experience of this level and the one above and he has always performed well against us in recent seasons.
"He is a player that can change a game and in doing so excites the crowd. He is a potential matchwinner on his day.
"Marc is a player at the other end of the spectrum. He has consistently scored goals during the last two or three seasons at Livingston and it is well documented that he was someone we wanted to sign at Derby County.
"He has kept plugging away, scoring 19 last season, and he is an exciting addition to the squad. He will be part of a strong strike force next season and hopefully he will get amongst the goals when he gets an opportunity."