Cove Rangers co-manager Graeme Mathieson is pleased to have a selection headache ahead of their play-off tie with East Kilbride.
The Highland League champions are at K Park on Saturday in the first leg of their pyramid play-off tie against the Lowland League winners.
Whoever comes out on top over the two legs will face League Two’s bottom side for a place in next season’s SPFL.
Cove have play-off experience after losing out in controversial circumstances 3-2 to Cowdenbeath last season.
After losing a number of key players to injury and suspension for last term’s play-offs, they have everyone available this time around.
Mathieson said: “We definitely are in a better position this time.
“We went into the play-off games last year with only three subs because of injuries and suspensions.
“This year we have been more fortunate in that regard and we have got everyone fit.
“So it’s good to have a full squad available for the game.
“Over the last couple of months it has been difficult really because we have been having to leave players out of the matchday squad. And you can then look at last Saturday’s game against Clachnacuddin.
“We were 1-0 down and put on an 18-year-old in Hamish MacLeod who scores the equaliser and then creates the winning goal.
“That shows every player is capable of doing something for us.
“That is important going into these games because you can’t go into the play-offs with just 11 players and no depth beyond that and everybody realises that.”
As well as experience of the play-offs, Cove have plenty of SPFL experience within their ranks. Scott Ross, Ryan Strachan and Jordon Brown, pictured, have all starred for Peterhead in League One and Two.
Blair Yule spent last season with Arbroath in League One and Mitch Megginson has played for Aberdeen, Arbroath, Brechin, Alloa, Dumbarton and Raith Rovers.
Mathieson, who is in charge of the team as John Sheran recovers from a heart attack, believes that nous gained at a higher level could be important in the play-offs.
He added: “You can look at the experience throughout our squad. Scott Ross, Ryan Strachan and Jordon Brown have played at Peterhead for many years and know what it takes in the Scottish league.
“Blair Yule has had a spell at Arbroath and Mitch Megginson also has a lot of league experience.
“So we have a lot of Scottish league experience at the club.
“I think that makes a massive difference for us. And we also have experience of being in the play-offs which might also help. The players with SPFL experience were signed because we want to be pushing on to that level.”