Tommy Wright believes his two loan signings have shown they can be important assets for the St Johnstone cause in the last few weeks of the season.
And a couple of veterans have proved there is petrol still left in the tank as well.
George Williams impressed the Saints boss on his debut at Celtic Park, with the same being true of Matty Willock when he replaced the Fulham winger midway through the second half.
Two players who have had up and down campaigns, Steven Anderson and Steven MacLean, also caught the eye.
“I thought George was very good for us and he’s only about 75% fit at the moment,” said Wright.
“He will keep getting better the more fitness he gets because he’s not played a lot of football lately.
“And I thought Matty Willock also looked really lively when he came on, so he will keep improving too.
“I couldn’t fault any of the players. Chris Millar came into the team and controlled things for us at times, while Murray Davidson is like a man possessed at the moment.
“Steven Anderson and Macca also showed a few people it has been a bit early to be writing their obituaries as well.”
Richard Foster, meanwhile, could be out for around a fortnight.
Wright reported: “Richard is still being assessed but it looks like he will be out for a couple of weeks.
“He did really well at left-back on Sunday and I thought he was unfortunate to pick up the booking he got.
“Scott Tanser came in and he was good so that’s the level he has to play at every week now.”
The Saints players do not need to be reminded about the importance of backing up their Parkhead point with a McDiarmid Park victory against Ross County on Saturday.
“I was really happy with the performance and we need to kick on from here now,” said Wright.
“We knew we had nothing to fear going there because we are capable of putting in that kind of display.
“We can talk about it and take the praise, but it will count for nothing when Saturday comes around unless we build on it.”
He added: “The Ross County game is a different test and we will have to deal with that.
“We will have to be as defensively sound as we were against Celtic but we need to take our chances as well.
“The players themselves are saying it. I heard them say it in the dressing-room among themselves after the game.
“They know what they’re capable of but it’s now doing it.
“They will take huge confidence from the Celtic game and hopefully we can go on a run now.”