Truro City manager Lee Hodges has been encouraged by the form of returning forward Stewart Yetton.
Yetton, who is set to play in Saturday's trip to AFC Hornchurch. has been on the sidelines since October through injury but has returned with two goals in two matches.
"Stewart has been a big miss to our season," he told
BBC Radio Cornwall.
"He's come back in last Saturday, got himself a goal and then calmly finished on Tuesday, it's what he does."
The already relegated White Tigers are on a run of five games without a win but Hodges still believes his side can play a big part in the Blue Square Bet South run-in.
"Eastleigh (who Truro played on Tuesday) are going for promotion and Hornchurch are in a relegation battle so there is something on these games," added Hodges.
"There's games for us to play a big part in and we want to go out there and give our best account and pick up a few more points between now and the end of the season."