Yeovil's Paul Warne is looking to the club's home form as being central to their ambitions of staying in League One.
The Glovers have five of the next seven games at Huish Park and the striker feels they could be crucial.
Currently precariously perched just four points above the drop zone, and without a win in four, Warne knows there is little room for error between now and the end of the season.
Warne told skysports.com: "We've only taken one point from our last four games after winning four on the spin, but it was difficult after the players were knocked for six when (former manager) Russell Slade left.
"When Tuesday's game against Hereford United was called off, it was a blessing in disguise as four of our first-team players were injured.
"Now, we have time to prepare for the weekend game with Carlisle United and after that we'll only have to travel away twice; which is to our advantage as even our shortest away trip is about three hours. We never feel we're off the coach!
"Our form at home hasn't been bad, although we've drawn a lot, so we go into each home game in a positive mood."
And Warne is delighted the club have landed Danny Hutchings on a month's loan from Tottenham to help aid their cause.
"I spoke to Danny last night, because I walked into the dressing room and saw someone in a different team's tracksuit, so wondered if they'd got lost!" he added.
"He's a good lad and comes with a top pedigree and, as we have a couple of injuries, he'll be a very useful addition to the squad."