Truro City manager Lee Hodges says success in the Blue Square Bet South will be down to his side getting consistently good results.
The White Tigers suffered their first defeat of the season at Salisbury City on Tuesday.
They face a trip to Havant and Waterlooville and host Dorchester Town over the Bank Holiday weekend.
"It's going to be very close and it's about being consistent in this division," he told BBC Radio Cornwall.
"Everyone's going to get beat in this division," he said.
"It's a shame our little run came to an end but there's not going to be one team who ain't going to lose any games," Hodges added.
Hodges' side won their first three matches before going down to Salisbury, but are still third in the Blue Square Bet South.
Hodges still has concerns over the fitness of strikers Barry Hayles (arm) and Andy Watkins (groin), midfielder Dan Smith (back) and defenders Jake Ash (ankle) and Andy Watkins (knee).