QPR loanee Michael Harriman has praised the fans who travelled to AFC Wimbledon on Saturday.
Gareth Ainsworth’s men were backed by a 764-strong contingent of Blues supporters as they earned a 2-2 draw.
The 20-year-old said: “They got behind us all the way through it, even when we were 2-1 down they were roaring us on and getting us through it, which helped the lads and gave us a massive lift.
“It was brilliant support and now we need to get on, look positively to the next game on Saturday and hopefully we can get a win in front of our home fans.”
arriman was happy with the spirit the team showed to fight back from 2-1 down.
He said: “It was a good battling point away from home. We started well and took an early lead, then we took our foot off the gas and let them get back on top, but we managed to battle back and get a point.
“We let them back in, which was maybe a bit naive from us. When we get in them positions we really need to take it forward and get a second goal or a third goal and then kill the game off.”
The Republic of Ireland youth international is enjoying life at Adams Park.
He said: “There’s always room for improvement in my game but I’m loving it here. I’ve come here and I’m happy to get the game time - two games in a row is brilliant for me.”