Released midfielder Jamie Pitman has told the Evening News that the Bulls are capable of going up again.
"First and foremost, Hereford need to stay in League Two. It's important to stay in the division. Barnet struggled last season and they will want to avoid that.
"They have got to look at the play-offs again. If they finish in that sort of area, they will be delighted. It's not beyond the realms of possibility. They have proved that in the LDV Trophy in the last couple of years, beating teams in League One and Two.
"It will help if someone scores a lot of goals. Last season, if we had scored 15 or 20 more goals, we could have been looking at automatic promotion. They (Williams and Fleetwood) are young lads who can go a long way. They are going to improve.
"Although the standard of football is not going to be any better, they will find it a bit more physical in this division."