Plymouth administrator Brendan Guilfoyle has shrugged off rumours that an Irish consortium have withdrawn their bid to buy the club.
Chairman Peter Ridsdale is set to meet the consortium, who paid a six-figure sum to keep the Pilgrims afloat, on Friday.
Guilfoyle told BBC Spotlight: "I know of nothing to make me believe they are not going to do the deal."
Meanwhile, Guilfoyle is anxiously awaiting any appeals over the the club's Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA), which proposed paying 0.77 pence in every pound to unsecured creditors.
Although they voted in favour of the CVA, the period for creditors' appeals does not end until June 7.
"There is no indication of any appeals but we will wait and see. By their nature, they tend to come in last minute and unannounced," he told The Herald.