Four new players are expected to sign for Uxbridge tomorrow (Thursday) and all will go straight into the starting XI for the must win game at Cinderford Town on Saturday.
Tony Choules made seven-day approaches for the quartet last week and he is confident all four will come to Honeycroft.
The manager hopes they can give his ailing side, which won its first game this year at the weekend, a massive boost and even take them on a late run into the promotion picture.
The four new men are FA Vase winner Matt Bicknell (from Didcot), former Brook House midfielder Chris Owens (Burnham), Chris Robinson (Hampton & Richmond) and Gary Ross (Harrow Borough).
"I believe we've just about dotted the 'i's and crossed the 't's with the them and if so all four will be making their debuts on Saturday," confirmed Choules, who saw Mark Nicholls and Mark Weedon leave the club recently. "The simple fact is we had a terrific win against what I thought was a poor Burnham side, one of the poorest they've had for a long time, and until it's mathematically impossible we're going for it and the supporters will see I'm going for it with these new players.
"We've had one or two departures, we've got an outrageous suspension list and if we're serious about the play-offs we need some quality players in the side.
"All of them are must win games now. "This is why myself and Scotty Tarr (assistant manager) have gone out shopping.
Bicknell is a 28-year-old left back who lifted the Vase with Winchester in 2004 and has played in the Southern Premier Division with Cirencester Town, while Owens will be familiar to many Hillingdon football fans from his years at Farm Park where he built his reputation on his cultured left foot.
Robinson is a 20-year-old right midfielder/defender who has recently been playing Ryman South football on loan with Walton Casuals and goalkeeper Ross, 21, has been second choice at Harrow but he played and impressed a week ago in their 3-1 win over Billericay Town.
After the two departures and the latest suspensions for Mark Dennison (four games) and Johnnie Dyer (two games) starting on Saturday, as well as being without the injured Paul McCarthy (leg), Choules's squad was looking relatively threadbare for the trip to promotion contenders Cinderford.
Monday's game at Paulton Rovers was called off soon after the Reds left Honeycroft for Somerset because of a water-logged pitch, the third game out of four wiped out at their Winterfield Road ground.
Uxbridge hope to rearrange the trip for March 2 because the alternative date two weeks later comes just two days after their marathon journey to Truro.
Meanwhile, Choules vowed to contest his second FA charge of the season of using abusive and/or insulting words during the game with Swindon Supermarine.
"I will fight that charge rigorously because I know what I said and a number of people heard what I said but again Uxbridge are going through this time where we're seen to be made an example of, so we'll see what happens," the manager said. "We've started to address the discipline. We've moved the dugouts and every player that puts on the shirt knows what's expected of him."