Trinity chairman Richard Kane is convinced his side will be playing Conference North football next season.
Kane, Gainsborough born and bred, took over the reigns in December and believes the club can form an integral part of life in the town.
And while he admits their Conference North position is hardly ideal, he’s confident Trinity can avoid relegation.
“There’s got to be an element of concern with where we’re positioned at the moment,” he said.
“But that said I think we’ve got enough within the squad, it is a lot stronger than it was three months ago.”
“Players are having to put that bit extra in to keep hold of their shirt.”
He insists the mood is positive as attention turns to improving next season.
“The mood is very buoyant.”
“A lot of the fans are coming up saying that things are slowly starting to change and move in the right direction.”
“We’ve hopefully got players signing on for next season in the next two or three weeks. We’ve got to move forward.”
And in a bid to become more community minded, Trinity will create a new role.
Kane revealed: “We’ll have a community officer working on community issues, full-time.”
“It won’t just be football orientated, but working in the community and bringing them to the club.”
“The more local businesses get involved, the more the community will get involved and we’ll all be in it together,” he added.