Ebbsfleet boss Dennis Kutrieb reported a clean bill of health as his squad returned to training on Monday.
The Fleet have been out of action since the 1-0 home defeat to Tonbridge last month due to a number of positive Covid-19 tests among their squad and staff.
That’s led to their last three matches being postponed but they’re back in training ahead of hosting Havant in National League South on Saturday.
“It’s been unfortunate,” said Kutrieb. “We’re really happy to be back together as a whole squad and we can’t wait to get going again.
“That’s the good news, all the players are back and healthy again.
“We’ll see where they are fitness-wise. I had a good impression from day one, it was a good session. They all worked very well and they can go again on Tuesday.”
Kutrieb is hoping that Fleet’s inactivity doesn’t work against them when they face much-fancied Havant.
But he also believes it could be a blessing in disguise against a Havant team who are catching up on fixtures following a long FA Cup run.
“We’ll really see where we are when we’re playing games, that’s always the most important thing,” he added. “I’m positive by looking at everybody but we’ll see on Saturday.
“It’s a flip of a coin, isn’t it? You can say it’s a disadvantage not playing for so long but it might be an advantage because we’re fresh and can’t wait to play while Havant have had to play six games in three weeks including the FA Cup loss. You never know if it could be a good thing or not.
“Havant want to get promoted, they’ve got a good team and we will need a very good performance. We need 9 out of 10 performances to win the game.
“We’ll prepare the boys with the right match plan and hopefully we can get a win.”