Blyth Spartans manager Lee Clark has thanked fans for their continued support following the win over Curzon Ashton on Saturday.
While the 47-year-old admitted to real tough times for those on the terraces this season, Blyth fans have stuck by their team with an average of 884 attending Croft Park so far.
An excellent 721 braved the blustery conditions to cheer on their side from the first whistle to last during the massive 2-1 victory over The Nash.
Clark told blythspartans.com: “The supporters play a huge part in the results. The support they have given the team this season through some real tough times is outstanding.
“They have always stayed behind us – backing me, the staff and the players.
“There are not enough things we can say to praise them other than to thank them and remind them that we appreciate it massively. They will keep continuing to play a huge part.”