YORK City have recruited defender Kieran Wallace and first-team coach Kingsley James ahead of their Vanarama National League North clash with Kettering Town.

Wallace, who plays primarily as a left-back, arrives on loan from Sky Bet League One side Burton Albion on a deal until January 3.

The 26-year-old has 15 appearances to his name for England's youth sides and began his career at Nottingham Forest.

He has since represented Ilkeston, Sheffield United, Lincoln City, Fleetwood Town, Matlock Town and Burton.

The Nottingham-born player can also play in central defence and as a holding midfielder.

Interim manager John Askey has also moved to bring in Kingsley James as a member of his backroom staff.

The 29-year-old has coaching experience with the Sheffield United, Port Vale and Hereford United youth teams.

During his 10-year playing career, James featured for a range clubs, the majority of which were in non-league, including Sheffield United, Port Vale and Barrow.