Chesterfield boss Danny Wilson has described the relationship with the home faithful as ‘paramount’ to his side’s aspirations this season.
Three goals and three points gave the majority of the 5,378 inside the Proact Stadium plenty to cheer about on Saturday, as the Spireites beat Swindon Town 3-1.
And Wilson hopes the balance either side of the white line is struck again tonight (Tuesday) when Jon Whitney’s Walsall visit North Derbyshire in League One action.
Wilson, when asked about the impact a positive atmosphere can have on his side’s aspirations, said: “It’s paramount.
“It’s convincing everyone all the time that we can last the distance.
“All we can do at the home games is put the performances in and with a bit of luck the atmosphere will get better and stronger and more consistent.
“Along with that, hopefully the performances will alongside it.”
And added: “It’s something every club wants to address, you want to win at home. It’s for our fans as well. You want to win at home.
“We want to get good home performances and if we’re going to add to the crowds coming in, that’s important to us.
“From the professional side it gives us that confidence so we can challenge at the top end. Hopefully we can make it more of a defensive display from the away teams here.
“Irrespective of what we’re up against we feel very confident we can create chances.”