Wealdstone could be safe from relegation by the end of the Easter weekend, according to player-coach Scott McGleish.
The Stones currently sit five places and six points clear of the National League South drop zone, ahead of a weekend which sees them host Margate on Saturday before travelling to Bishop's Stortford on Monday.
And McGleish, who has been concentrating more on his coaching and PFA duties than playing this season, reckons two more wins, whether achieved this weekend or beyond, should do the trick.
He said: “It will always be a struggle as we've not got the biggest of budgets, but we'll be okay. Two more wins should see us safe, and then we can start planning for next season.
“Some clubs in this league are full-time, which is where we start finding it harder, especially when you can have players missing games because they have to work. Just being in this league is an achievement for a club our size.”
As for his own future plans, McGleish has plans to extend his coaching career, and will happily stay with the Stones next season if wanted – not to mention pulling on the boots when needed.
He added: “I didn't expect to play a lot this season at the age of 42, but Gordon (Bartlett, Wealdstone manager) started to use me a bit more in January. I got a couple of goals and have even played at centre back.
“I'm enjoying combining all my roles, but I would like to progress in coaching now and build myself a reputation as a coach. My aim is to be a Football League coach, but for now, I'm learning loads off one of the best in the business in Gordon.”
Wealdstone will be looking to bounce back from this week's defeats to Oxford City and Sutton United when they take on Margate, and hope to have a bumper crowd cheering them on at Grosvenor Vale through a special offer.
All U16s will be allowed in free, while the first 200 youngsters through the gate will also receive a free Easter Egg.
Any season ticket holders from Premiership, Championship or Football League clubs can also gain half price entry (£6) by showing their season ticket at the gate.