Manager Roy Wright is predicting a final season to remember at Osterley Sports Club for CB Hounslow United.
CB want to leave their Tentelow Lane base and make a site in Green Lane, near Heathrow Gymnastics Club, their new home.
The site was being eyed up by Feltham for many years as their new home before they settled on a move back to Feltham Arenas.
And moving to a new ground with improved facilities would mean, should CB trouble the top two places in Combined Counties Division One, they would be eligible for promotion.
Rivals Hanworth Villa found to their cost last year that finishing in a promotion place is not enough to go up and have since upgraded their ground.
Wright reckons the move would not be before time as he now has a side capable of challenging for the title.
He said: "Watch this space. I have a better side than this year, but it just needs time to gel.
"I have brought in Anthony Bridgeman from Carshalton, and Edwin Julu and Nicky Ong from Windsor & Eton, and they are quality players.
"By mid-October they should have bedded in, and then watch us go. It should be a memorable last season here if all goes to plan."
CB showed signs of still bedding in when they went from being 2-1 up with 13 minutes left through Jerome Edwards and Michael (Junior) Hinckson to lose 3-2 at home to Knaphill on Saturday.
Hinckson was then on target again on Bank Holiday Monday as CB held Westfield 1-1.
They have no league game on Saturday.
Meanwhile It was a Bank Holiday weekend to forget for Hanworth Villa.
Riding high on the top of Combined Counties Division One going into it, Villa needed a late equaliser from Benny Reed to draw 1-1 with Farleigh Rovers on Saturday, before going down 2-0 at Knaphill on Monday.
They will hope to put things right when they visit Crescent Rovers on Saturday in the league,and then Premier side Camberley Town in the E1 Records Premier Challenge Cup first round on Tuesday night.