Plymouth owner James Brent has vowed to invest into the club in order to make them self-sufficient.
Brent, who took over the reigns when Argyle went into administration last year, wants to redevelop the grandstand at Home Park and introduce corporate facilities to attract crucial custom.
"The legacy for the club is to build a new grandstand that isn't just a grandstand but has facilities in there that will generate an income," he told BBC Spotlight. "We'd like to see the club endowed with assets that will create a cash flow that will compliment the football cash flows."
Along the south coast, Portsmouth will imminently be entering their second spell in administration in recent years following the reign of Alexandre Gaydamak, the Russian millionaire who bankrolled the club to FA Cup success. The culture of fans wishing to be bailed out by wealthy owners is not something that interests Brent.
"One of the dangers of a sugar-daddy dependency is that clearly when the sugar-daddy dies or when the sugar-daddy loses his sugar, you've suddenly got an event that creates a life-threatening event for the football club. If you create a cash flow that attaches to the football club then that continues regardless of it," he added.
Brent is also looking to bring down the wage bill at the end of the season, which includes wages allocated to people not even at the club anymore.