Portsmouth have completed two signings ahead of their FA Cup fourth round tie with Southampton.

Konstantinos Chalkias and Giannis Skopelitis have agreed moves to Fratton Park and both will be in the squad to face Saints provided their international clearance is received in time.

Chalkias is a 31-year-old keeper from Panathinaikos, while midfielder Skopelitis is regarded as a direct replacement for Amdy Faye, who joined Newcastle United.

“We may not have finished yet and are still looking to possibly bring in two more players with one of them an offensive midfield man,” Pompey chief Milan Mandaric told the club’s official website.

“The players we have announced today are proven and experienced.

“Konstantinos is a giant of a goalkeeper regarded as one of the top in Greek football and, in my book, you can never have enough class keepers.

“Skopelitis is a solid defensive midfield man who fills the hole left by Amdy Faye very nicely.

“I hope this will put to rest the notion that has grown recently that we have suddenly become a selling club.”