Gareth Ainsworth has called on the Wanderers supporters to come and be part of a special time at Adams Park as they look to build on their sixth consecutive home victory when Gillingham come to town on Saturday.
The Blues boss was left purring after seeing his side bounce back from a two-goal deficit to beat Morecambe in stoppage time at the weekend, adding the Shrimps to the scalps of Bristol City, Bournemouth, Accrington, Lincoln and Charlton.
Wet weather conditions and the national fuel shortage may have contributed to a number of fans’ decisions to stay away from the ground, but Ainsworth hopes the entertainment on show is enough to entice more supporters through the turnstiles next week.
“With games like that, get down here and support the boys,” he said after the 4-3 victory. “What a finish to the game, and in front of the terrace as well. We should put the prices up in there; they get unbelievable entertainment!
“The boys gave me what I asked for, and they gave more for each other. There’s something more here than your usual team spirit. The subs at the end were all running on the pitch and celebrating. The development squad boys in the stand were on their feet.
“It’s a special place, special times, and I’m really hoping it’s a special season,” he added.