It looks like Ryan Dickson and Gary Smith get on fine and it's probably just as well, writes Yann Tear.
The duo, both regulars last season, are set to share the treatment room for another month as both struggle to get their seasons going because of injury.
Smith - who has not featured at all this season so far - was preparing for surgery to remove some floating bone in his ankle this week.
Dickson, who has made two sub appearances is trying to shake off a back injury.
Smith's continued absence - allied to injury to the on-loan Frankie Artus and a ban for
Kevin O'Connor - persuaded boss Andy Scott to draft in Josh Wright from Charlton on a month's loan - the 18-year-old (pictured) having done well during a spell at Barnet last season.
"I was fine after the Yeovil game but it's not cleared completely and I've got to keep on top of it by doing my exercises," Dickson told the Gazette.
"It will sort itself out. It's a lot better than at the start of the season and getting a lot stronger.
"It was against Stockport in the last game of the season that it went and I didn't really get it sorted out.
"I came back pre-season not really thinking it was too bad but then I realised I was struggling and Dave Appanah our new physio sent me straight away to see a specialist.
"The trouble with backs is you never really know how long it will take to clear up. It's an open-ended thing.
"But the problem is I'm naturally stronger on my right side because as a left-footed player, I use that more for balance. It's a question of building up strength in my left side.
"I can't wait to get back because it's the worst thing in the world having to watch football because all you want do do is get out there and play. But there's nothing you can do about it, you've just got to keep your head up."
Smith said: "I'm expecting to be out three weeks to a month. It just depends how the op and rehab goes I suppose.
"It's tough being patient and it was annoying for me that I got my injury just a couple of days before the season started. I'd been looking forward to getting started. All I can do now is keep working hard."
Speaking about Wright, Scott said: "He played 30-odd games for Barnet last season and was very impressive. He's a clever footballer and we are looking for a little bit more guile."