A versatile defender, Robinson can play both left back, and left-sided centre half, providing much needed competition to the defensive ranks.
The 21-year-old left back joins to boost Darren Sarll’s options on the left-hand side of his team.
A Barnsley academy graduate, Barnett moved on for his first taste of first team football, joining Oldham Athletic in 2020 where he made 18 appearances in EFL League Two.
After departing the Lancashire outfit, the full back joined Notts County for the latter part of last season, even finding the back of the net against Town with a thunderous strike from 25-yards out.
Standing at six foot, six inches inches tall, the towering Carlisle United loanee signed on loan in December 2020.
A Derby County academy graduate, Hunt has experience at National League levels, enjoying a stint on loan at Aldershot Town in 2019, making 21 league appearances.
Following his first taste of mens football, the Chesterfield born defender moved northbound to Carlisle in the summer and after already making six appearances in League Two this season, now signs for the short term in Somerset with the look to gain more first team experience.
The versatile full-back made his debut for Town in the dramatic FA Cup victory over Bromley in early November, but an injury issue meant he missed some minutes early on in his loan spell.
Bradley’s return to the side has coincided with Town’s up-turn in form, starring in victories over Torquay United and fierce rivals Weymouth.
Despite being born in Worcester, Bradley has youth international experience with Finland, playing in the 2018 UEFA U19 Championships for his Mother’s birth nation.
The right sided defender already has National League promotion pedigree under his belt, having made 23 appearances for Harrogate Town last season as the Sulphurites won the delayed National League play-offs.
Josh Staunton became Darren Sarll’s first summer signing of the 2020/21 transfer window.
The versatile man has been known to play in both in the defence and in holding midfield roles.
After a successful season for Halifax where he played every minute in their play-off push, Staunton signed for Yeovil with the aim of going one better this time round.
Grant Smith signed for Town in the summer of 2021 as the club’s new number one goalkeeper. Formerly of Chesterfield, the shotstopper kept 10 clean sheets in 18 apps in Derbyshire before heading to Somerset.
The first signing of the Darren Sarll era at Huish Park, defender Luke Wilkinson linked up with his former Stevenage boss this summer.
The 28-year-old arrived on a free transfer and signed a two-year deal after making 118 appearances for Stevenage during a three-year spell in League Two.
Having spent the majority of his career playing for clubs close to the capital, Wilkinson returns closer to his Wells roots where he was picked up by Bristol City as part of their academy.
Moving on from Ashton Gate, he had spells at the likes of Portsmouth, Northampton, Dagenham & Redbridge and Luton before joining Boro in the fourth tier.
Rest in peace, Lee Collins. Forever our Captain.
Adding a wealth of experience to the Yeovil Town backline, Little signs for Town after a fifteen season spell in the Football League, playing in all three divisions.
A Wolverhampton Wanderers academy graduate, Little made 32 appearances for the Midlands outfit before venturing to Peterborough United after a successful loan spell in Cambridgeshire.
It was with the Posh where the defender made his mark as an established Football League defender, winning promotion to the Championship via the League One play-offs in his first full season with the club. A spell at Bristol City followed where he also won promotion to the Championship, this time as champions alongside a Johnstone’s Paint Trophy win.
Little enjoyed spells with Bolton Wanderers and Bristol Rovers in the years following and now signs for Yeovil where he wants to add another promotion to his record.