Kelley Blanchflower has signed from West Ham while Welsh international Megan Wynne has joined from Women's Super League side Watford.
Manager Karen Hills is delighted with the additions with the team still on course in the FA Women's Premier League and League Cup, London FA Capital Cup, Ryman Cup and the FA Women's Cup to follow in the second half of the season.
Both players made their debuts in Sunday's goalless draw against Coventry United in the FAWPL.
Karen said: "We've always been impressed when we've played against Kelley at West Ham, she's always been a threat.
"She certainly has a presence in attacking areas and we like what we've seen of her so far, she's settled quickly.
"Megan is a Welsh international who has just completed a WSL 2 season with Watford.
"She brings a bundle of energy up front, can play across the forward line and works really hard for the team.
"Both players give us options especially with Wendy Martin still coming back from injury and they are great additions in terms of depth of the squad as we continue to do well in all competitions."
Spurs Ladies are back in action with a trip to QPR in the FAWPL on Sunday (2pm).
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