NEWPORT County have completed a double deal for midfielder Adam Chapman and striker Chris Zebroski.

The Exiles unveiled the pair at a Rodney Parade press conference this evening and will feel they’ve pulled off a significant coup with Chapman.

The 23-year old is no stranger to Exiles supporters after a successful loan spell at Spytty Park in 2011/12 before he returned to parent club Oxford United.

Last term Chapman was on loan at Field Mill, helping Mansfield to win the Blue Square title.

The Stags had hoped to keep Chapman, but Edinburgh’s pre-existing relationship with the player meant he chose the Exiles in preference and Newport will even pay an undisclosed fee for him.

Chapman is only the third player after Conor Washington and Christian Jolley to sign for Newport for a cash sum.

Nomadic striker Chris Zebroski was also confirmed as an Exile after a brief stint with Eastleigh.

The former Wycombe, Cheltenham, Torquay and Bristol Rovers striker, 26, has penned a one-year deal.

Both players have had problems in the past, Zebroski no worse than a giant falling out with his manager at Cheltenham, but Chapman served 30 months in a young offenders’ institute after pleading guilty to a charge of death by dangerous driving. He was texting at the wheel and served 14 months.