Club captain Jake Ash confirmed to thisiscornwall.co.uk on Friday afternoon that Truro City's players have been paid by the club, writes Rhod Mitchell.
In the latest twist to the crisis at Treyew Road, Ash said: "We are pleased with the news and hopefully the club will be able to field a full strength team for the first league match of the season at Billericay on Saturday week."
Truro's players had given a week's notice, which ran out on Thursday at 10 am, that they would be unavailable for selection unless they received overdue wages.
But Ash confirmed that cheques were received by the players on Friday morning, had been banked, and that the squad planned to train tomorrow.
It is understood that new investment may have been attracted to the club, securing the immediate future of Truro City, but Ash underlined that the players would be seeking assurances about future wage payments before the league season kicks off.