AFC Wimbledon boss Terry Brown has added Ebbsfleet midfielder Rob Quinn to his list of summer acquisitions as the revamp of his squad gathers pace.

The Ebbsfleet, formerly known as Gravesend & Northfleet, midfielder has become Brown's fifth capture since joining the Dons after swooping for Marcus Gayle, Jason Goodliffe, Sam Hatton and Kevin Warner.

And Brown insists ex-Crystal Palace man Quinn, 31, will add vital tenacity to his midfield, he said: "Robert is a holding midfielder, well-known for his tough tackling and he will bring that bite to midfield that all teams need."

However, winger Lewis Cook has become the fifth player to be released by the club's new managerial team, following the departure of Lee Kersey, Steve Butler, Steve Wales and Lee O'Leary.

Brown has also revealed that Roscoe Dsane and Paul Lorraine are still to settle their futures, while Andy Little is set to stay at the club after the manager admitted he wanted to keep hold of the goalkeeper.

It was understood that Lorraine's Dons future was secured but as Brown explains: "Paul Lorraine wasn't on a contract so we spoke to him as soon as possible. He is very keen to stay but he does also want full-time football, so he is a little bit torn.

"At the moment, it is looking good for him to stay but we are monitoring the situation.

"We are hoping that Roscoe Dsane will stay, but we know that he wants full-time football and he is exploring that possibility. I know that if he can't get full-time football then he will stay here, because he loves it."

Negotiations with regards to Steve Ferguson's future at the club are ongoing - but Richard Butler's Dons prospects look a lot more rosy after the new manager admitted he would like to keep hold of the striker provided he can prove his fitness.

Brown has also decided to retain Northern Ireland U20 international Robin Shroot, hitman Stephen Goddard and U19 left-back Chris Hussey.

The only two current Dons players Brown has yet to speak to with regards their future at the club is Jermaine Darlington and Chris Gell.