Only Solomon Karl Pinnock was a doubt but after he came through the 3-1 friendly win over Ashford Town at Imperial Fields on Saturday, Forzoni’s full complement of players is available.
The Terrors travel to Herne Bay on Saturday buoyed by a pre-season campaign that, before last night’s home match against Whitehawk, had produced five wins out of seven.
Forzoni, pictured above, said: “I am going into the Herne Bay match with my own game plan and I have a pretty good idea what to expect from them.
“We’ve played a good range of clubs in the pre-season, so I have a reasonable idea of what Ryman League standard is like.
“Sol was injured but he came back on Saturday and scored, so that is good. We have no other injuries at the moment.
“The group of lads we have now is very strong.”
In the win over Ashford, Pinnock was joined on the scoresheet by Jordan Wilson and Jamie Martin, while Jon Cartledge has ended speculation over his future after signing a contract at Imperials Fields.
The Terrors host Leatherhead on Tuesday before going to Crawley Down on August 25.
Former Terror Michail Antonio scored for Sheffield Wednesday in their 4-2 Capital One Cup win over Oldham on Monday night.