Hampton's joint-manager Paul Barry says his players are looking to make up for lost time when we tackle Carshalton this weekend.
It seem an age since the Beavers last kicked a ball in anger. The December 28 win over Wealdstone seems a very long time ago, but after two weeks without action thanks to a number of postponements there's confidence that it can be game on this Saturday.
And while Paul stressed the need for focus against one of the divisions strugglers when the media team caught up with him this morning, he says the enforced break shouldn't impact the feel-good factor after a strong end to 2013.
The Beavers are going for their third straight victory against a side with only one Ryman Premier victory to their name since September.
He said: "Hopefully we can get it on and get back to playing again. The players are chomping at the bit after the Christmas results and it's vital we get another three points in what will be a very tough local derby. The cup game...
Defender Alan Bray has joined Ryman South side Walton & Hersham on loan as he continues his recovery.
The aim is for the central-defender to get some game time in the league below and return ready for some first team action at Hampton in the near future.
Alan broke his arm in two places during the league match with Met Police in September - forcing the game to be abandoned. His recovery has been quicker than anticipated and this temporary switch will speed up his sharpness.
He is expected to make his debut for the Swans this Saturday, with their league match at home to Horsham.
Joint manager Paul Barry confirmed: "It's great for him to get out on loan for a while and play some football. The aim is for him to come back fit, so it's a win-win situation.
"The players we have added have really just been to get us back up to a good number. Obviously Dan Thompson leaving last week was a shock after speaking to him and his statement that he wasn't interested in going to Hayes...
The Beavers' outstanding victory over Wealdstone on 28th December has brought them the award of the first Performance of the Month Award winners of 2014.
In a week of quality performances by the Beavers, the highlight turned out to be the excellent victory at Grosvenor Vale.
To be eligible for the award, the judges consider a shortlist of potential clashes, looking at the form of the teams involved and the circumstances behind the winning performances before casting their votes. The award is sponsored by Macron to celebrate the top monthly performances in the Isthmian's three divisions.
The Beavers went behind early thanks to Sean Cronin's penalty, but goals from Tom Hickey, Charlie Moone and Joe Turner turned round the game in spectacular fashion against the league leaders.
Congratulations to the team for turning the game round in such a conclusive fashion, and to Paul and Darren for masterminding the performance.
The club will be presented with a glass trophy marking...