AS season-ticket sales topped 2,100 today, a leading players' union official quashed fears that the Town takeover deal could collapse.
Weekend reports suggested Town could fold because some players (on the advice of their agents) were unwilling to sign the pay-off agreements brokered by the PFA which are crucial to the club's membership of the Football League being ratified.
The union's deputy chief executive Mick McGuire, however, who has been at the forefront of talks, said he was unaware of any problem regarding payment of wage arrears by Town over the next six years.
The players are to receive every penny of the £1.4m they are owed and Mr McGuire said: "As far as I'm aware everything is in order.
"The whole thing was sorted out a while ago and I have not been told of any changes."
Town chief executive Andrew Watson said there was a logistical delay in getting papers signed and returned but it was not a threat to the club's future.
"All the players who are still with the club have signed the forms and they've been very loyal," he said.
"Of those who have left, they are now here, there and everywhere, so there is a time factor of them receiving the agreements, signing them and returning them.
" Other than that, we expect no problems, the PFA have indicated nothing has changed and we are planning very positively indeed for the new campaign. Season-ticket sales have been tremendous."
Saturday's 3-1 victory at Wrexham completed a successful warm-up programme and sent confidence soaring among Peter Jackson's new-look squad.
Fans, too, are responding with just five more days to the opening Division III fixture against Cambridge at the McAlpine and club officials are hoping to hit season-ticket sales of between 6,000 and 7,000.
Club owner Ken Davy said it was "inconceivable" that the "greed of a couple of players' agents" could bring the club down at this stage and that he expected the deal to go through.
"We have agreed with the PFA on the maximum arrangement we can afford and we have said that once the deal is completed, we will talk with individual players about trying to reduce the timescale of payments - but they will get 100% of what they are owed," he said.
"Everything was agreed six weeks ago with the PFA and the deal is exactly as it was."
Town's ticket office will be open until 7pm each night this week.