AFC Telford boss Andy Sinton has hailed the impact of winger Luke Hubbins following his return from a hamstring injury.
The influential wideman missed four games after picking up a grade one injury in the warm-up before the Bucks’ 3-1 defeat at Nuneaton last month.
He returned to the side as a second-half substitute in the 4-2 defeat to leaders Newport County but his three appearances since have co-incided with two wins and a draw.
“He’s a young kid, he’s in man’s football and he is getting better by the week,” said Sinton.
“He’s been a big player for us and it’s no coincidence that in the games without him we didn’t win a game.
“He wasn’t particularly great last Saturday against Woking but he just puts something into the opposition and gives us a little bit of an outlet which, no disrespect to anybody else, we haven’t got without him.”
Meanwhile Telford have announced prices for the FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie at home to Nuneaton next Saturday.
Admission will cost £13 for adults, £10 for concessions, £5 for youths aged 14-18 and £2 for under-14s.
The club have also announced a new partnership with Burnt Tree Vehicle Rental.