Officials at Lowestoft Town Football Club are confident they can recover from their financial crisis despite owing money to players, staff and suppliers.
Committee members at the Isthmian League Premier Division outfit are still coming to terms with the situation, having revealed their financial difficulties at the weekend.
On Monday (March 5) the club's chairman Alan Green stood down for health reasons. Lowestoft also sold their leading goalscorer, striker Jake Reed, to one of their league rivals, Leiston Town.
The club, which reached played at Wembley in the FA Vase Final in 2008, plans to hold a supporters meeting to fully outline their plight. and won't reveal specifics until then.
Players and staff haven't been paid since December, and they are also trying to manage large outstanding supplier invoices.
When announcing their financial difficulties Lowestoft admitted their 'very high' wage structure was a contributory factor, as well as falling home attendances and match-day revenue.
They made a steady rise up to the Conference North Division (now the Vanarama National League North) but were relegated in 2016.
They're now fighting relegation from the Isthmian League Premier, and look set to restructure after this season.