Crawley Town's immediate future appears to have been secured after the club announced that its creditors have voted in favour of a rescue package.
All creditors were voting on a final offer of 50p in the pound for the club from the Majeed family's SA Group - which had two previous bids rejected.
If the latest bid had been turned down, administrator Rob Sadler could have wound the club up immediately.
The bid had previously passed a vote of a committee of creditors on 10 August.
The Majeeds were in charge when the club went into administration in June with debts of nearly £1.4m.
Under Conference rules, any club which still has outstanding debts to football creditors - namely players and staff - is not allowed to take part.
On the pitch, the Red Devils began the season on minus 10 points following their move into administration - but they have already wiped out that deficit after collecting 10 points from their first five games.