Manager Lee Bradbury wants everyone connected with AFC Bournemouth to be pushing in the same direction as the Cherries strive to end the season on a high note.
Speaking in the Bournemouth Evening Echo, Bradders is quoted as saying: "It is really important that everyone involved at the club is positive towards the end of the season and that the crowd get right behind us, like they did at Notts County. They showed up in numbers and I know they are turning up at Yeovil as well. They don’t realise how influential they can be for the team for the final push. It is a really big time for us and that is why I want to get the fans right behind us to push us over the finishing line. I want the fans to enjoy themselves. Hopefully, we can put on good displays for them and they can get right behind us and make it difficult for other teams, especially at home. We’re working very hard, and have done all season, to make sure we win as many games as possible. We’re at the stage of the season where the fans can have a massive impact. If they get behind the lads, if they are tired, they can give them that extra five per cent. As a team, that extra five per cent could be the difference".