Harry Kewell wants Reds fans to to turn up the volume again on Saturday when we go for their sixth win in a row and eighth out of the last nine at the Checkatrade Stadium against Morecambe.
Ahead of the game the Head Coach said: “Our fans have got a massive part to play between now and the end of the season and I can’t stress enough how their support at home helps us.
“The boys have all commented on the atmosphere in recent weeks. When I came here several of our fans told me that if the team give everything for the shirt that the Crawley fans will get behind them.
“I don’t think there has been any lack of effort all season, but since November our form at home has turned around and I know the fans appreciate that we are trying to entertain them and play good football – and get results.
“We’ve got six home games left starting tomorrow and I know if we approach each game with the right attitude that we can get a result in each and every one of them. Sure, it will be tough but we’ve got to approach each game the same. We’ll worry about the league table at the end of the season.”
Morecambe head into the game five points above the bottom two but the boss expects it to be one of their most difficult games of the season.
“Make no mistake, they are a well-organised side who will be difficult to break down and they have a goal threat,” said Kewell.
“They won 4-2 at Wycombe a couple of weeks ago - what a result that was. We’re under no illusions how difficult it will be but if the fans stay with us and we play the way we have been at home then we are a match for any team in this division.”
Thomas Verheydt (knee) and Billy Clifford (ankle) are both sidelined but Reds have no fresh injury concerns after Tuesday's Senior Cup win over Saltdean.