Dennis Greene hopes he is closing in on finally being able to put out his strongest side.
Injury and suspension have frustrated the Boston United boss this campaign as he is yet to put out what he believes is his best starting XI.
But with defender Zak Mills and wingers Jay Rollins and Kaine Felix regaining fitness, plus Richard Jones on the road to recovery, things are looking up.
“It would be nice, that’s the 15th league game and we’ve not been able to put out our strongest side,” he said.
Greene expects at least Mills to be available for Saturday’s visit of FC United.
He added: “Kaine’s had his scan results back now.
“He’s been diagnosed with an inflamed tendon and with a little bit of rest, and I mean a little bit of rest, he should be back imminently.
“Jay Rollins tried to train Thursday, and he’s getting close. We’ll certainly be one back on Saturday.”