Peterhead boss Jim McInally hopes his side can kick on in League Two now that he has almost everyone in his squad fit.
The Blue Toon sit second in the table with 13 points from six games after returning to winning ways on Saturday with a 4-2 victory against Cowdenbeath.
At the beginning of the season McInally, pictured, was without summer signings Mick Dunlop and Paddy Boyle.
But Dunlop has shaken off ankle ligament trouble and he started and scored against the Blue Brazil at the weekend.
Boyle is ready to make his debut for the Balmoor side after overcoming a nerve problem.
McInally said: “You hope to kick on because it happened last year when everyone was fit.
“Guys that were regular were maybe going out of the team for a game or two. Now we’ve got everybody nearly fit I’m hoping the competition will be there. I can see it’s there in training because the tempo of training has been really good.
“While we are bedding Mick and Paddy back in it’s about trying to get them through this wee period because we can only introduce them into first-team games because we don’t have a reserve team.
“But Mick has played and Paddy is fit now.
“He was on the bench on Saturday and hopefully we can get him on at some point against Berwick this Saturday.
“It’s good to have everyone available and look at your bench and see that you have players available.
“And for the players that want to come into the team it’s their job to make my job really hard.”