Head coach Donald Jennow has strengthened his squad with the addition of two new players, with the prospect of another joining shortly.
The women of steel are in the final of the SSE Women’s Scottish Cup next month, but before then close their league campaign with games against Glasgow Girls and St Johnstone.
A win on Sunday at Budhill Park will see ‘Well move onto 54 points, a record haul for SWPL 2.
However, a number of injuries have left the squad thin and Jennow has taken the opportunity to add striker Katey Turner, as well as goalkeeper Autumn Farrell to his pool.
Turner has arrived from Hibs and actually made her debut last Sunday in the 3-1 semi final success over Spartans at Forthbank.
The 22-year-old forward has now enjoyed three separate spells with the Hibees, but has also turned out for Accies and Rangers following her youth days with Dunfermline.
Goalkeeper Farrell is another who has worked previously with Jennow at Glasgow City and another who has came out of a break from football to join up with ‘Well.
The 22-year-old came through the youth ranks at Celtic, before being snapped up by City back in 2014.
After a year with the squad, she spent a season on loan at Hearts during the 2015 campaign, but stepped out for work reasons. Farrell will compete with youngster Kendall Welsh for a spot between the sticks.
“We’ve been working with a bit of threadbare squad over the last few games, so it was important we helped out the current group by adding a few more faces,” Jennow said.
“I am really delighted Katey and Autumn have agreed to join us. They will add significant quality to the squad for our remaining games.
“I am also excited to see players who have been away from the game get back on the park. They all have quality and I am sure will be big assets for us between now and the finish.
“We have another forward who we hope to confirm over the weekend and announce on Monday.”