On Friday night, the Bucks secured the services of manager Gavin Cowan for another two years.
Cowan agreed to remain until the summer of 2021 - and on Saturday their play-off push received a shot in the arm.
Telford’s 3-1 win over Curzon Ashton kept the club in control of their top seven destiny.
Cowan wants to take them up - and is thrilled to sign on.
“It is a huge honour for me to be the manager of AFC Telford Utd,” he told the club’s website.
“I’d like to thank everyone at the club who has worked tirelessly in making this season a success.
“We can now focus on leading this brilliant club forward for the next two years building on what has been a big season so far and will hopefully bring even bigger rewards over the coming month.”
Chairman Andy Pryce ‘’Myself and the board of directors are delighted to have extended Gavin’s contract for a further two years.
“We appointed Gavin ten months ago with a belief in him and for him to carry through some continuity from the previous season and he has delivered a successful season.
“This news allows Gavin to build on that continuity and success on the pitch and for us to in turn build on that off the pitch.
“Let’s all as a football club get behind the team for the final 4 league games in trying to secure a play-off position.”