Voices from Barnet, Bristol Rovers and Aldershot offer an insight into the League Two basement battle.
Last Updated: 08/02/13 2:55pm
Across the Football League, relegation battles are heating up, with those that find themselves in trouble desperately scratching around for the spark to ignite their season and fire a survival surge.
The dogfight towards the foot of League Two is as tight as any, with just 11 points separating the entire bottom half of the division.
Among those hoping to avoid slipping through the trapdoor are Barnet, Bristol Rovers and Aldershot Town.
They currently occupy three of the bottom six standings in the fourth tier, so are very much sweating on their League status.
All have, however, offered indication of late that they have what it takes to steer a course to safety.
In an effort to gain a greater understanding as to the mood inside their respective camps, what has gone on so far and what the future might hold, Sky Sports' Chris Burton caught up with a representative from each club.
As part of our Spotlight features, you can see what Barnet goalkeeper Graham Stack, Bristol Rovers shot-stopper Steve Mildenhall and Aldershot midfielder Peter Vincenti had to say by clicking on the links below:
Click here to see Graham Stack discuss basement battles, working under a legend and putting down roots.
Click here to see Steve Mildenhall give his take on reversal in fortunes, late goals and academic studies.
Click here to see Peter Vincenti talk finding form, managerial stability and playing to impress.