They face Aldershot and Accrington in the FA Cup and Johnstone's Paint Trophy before tricky league matches against Notts County and Shrewsbury.
Knill said: "Now it's nine undefeated, it's ticking over again and that's pretty good considering.
"If we had a full squad and nine games undefeated then people would say that it was to be expected because of the calibre of the players that we have got missing, but to go nine undefeated is fantastic and the players should take great credit.
"I think with this squad and this team they can go 10, go 11. That's the challenge, to try and keep this going for as long as we possible can. We have to keep it going as long as we can and to play with this style of playing."