Truro City chairman Peter Masters says he is confident the club will reach a Company Voluntary Agreement (CVA) with their creditors.
City must come to a deal before Saturday's Football Conference annual meeting in order to avoid being relegated three divisions.
The White Tigers are still in administration and were in April.
If they can agree a CVA they will only drop to the Southern Premier League.
Should they fail to do so, they will face relegation to the Western League.
"We've agreed deals with a number of creditors who are owed money from the previous regime," said Masters, who after former owner Kevin Heaney went bankrupt.
"Philip and I have worked tirelessly over the past eight months and we've got a £4.5 million debut down to around £80,000, so that's no mean achievement," he told BBC Radio Cornwall ahead of Tuesday's meeting with creditors.
City are still without a manager after with the club saying it could no longer afford to pay his wages.
Should the Conference ratify the club's CVA and allow them to drop just one division, Masters says the process of naming a new manager and confirming a new squad will begin soon after.
"If we can finish mid-table next season, then great, if we can get promoted back to the Conference, even better.
"We have a manager lined up and we have a team lined up, I can't say who they are, but we have no concerns, we've got the finances in place for the next season."
He added: "Philip and I are putting our hands in our pockets to take it forward to the end of the season.
"We want to give the club every chance to perform on the pitch and to go forward."