Dennis Greene is calling on Boston United’s amber and black army to come out en masse and help cheer the Pilgrims into the Vanarama North’s play-off final.
United host Chorley in the second leg on Saturday (KO 3pm).
And with the first meeting ending goalless in Lancashire, the Pilgrims know home advantage could play a big part if they are to progess this weekend.
Manager Greene wants the fans to become the 12th man and chant the club to glory, believing that their roof-raising support could be enough to spur on the team and unsettle the away side.
When asked what his message to the supporters was, Greene said: “Just turn up in numbers and make it an absolute cauldron.
“Make Chorley not want to be there, that’s the message.
“Make them know what we’re about. Turn up in numbers, make an atmosphere and get behind the players and cheer us over the line.”
Greene also took time to give the thumbs up to those 500 or so fans who made the midweek trek to Victory Park, citing their support as key.
He continued: “They were massive, ‘everywhere we go’ was out again in force.
“They were magnificent and they sung their hearts out, we’re really proud of them and they’ve done that all year.”