FAN power will be Town's driving force as they bid for a victorious ride to promotion at Cheltenham tomorrow.
Manager Peter Jackson has been inundated with messages of good luck from supporters and he will read them to fire up the team before kick-off at Whaddon Road (3.00).
"People are saying how proud they are of what we have achieved and they want us to go and finish the job tomorrow," said Jackson, who will sit down with the board to discuss an extended contract as soon as this season is over.
"It's inspiring to read the messages and feel the support and all I would say to the fans who are going tomorrow - and those who are watching the big screen back at the McAlpine - is to get right behind the lads all the way through the game.
"This is a big occasion for this club, the players, staff and myself, and the fans are vital because they can play their part in what can be a special piece of Town history."
Jackson has a late injury doubt over midfielder Tony Carss, who has a muscle strain at the top of his left thigh, so selection will be left to the last minute against John Ward's 13th-placed Robins, who have a new sponsor and new kit.
Rob Edwards and Ian Hughes are on stand-by for possible starts as Jackson looks for a big improvement on last week's display and a first promotion since 1995 to avoid play-off dates on May 16, 19 and 31.
While fans are advised to arrive early for live coverage at the McAlpine, where gates open in the John Smith's Stand at 1.30 and prices are £10 and £5, Jackson has set targets for the team and the 1,740 travelling fans.
"It's important we don't concede early, that we start well and that we work very hard from the frontline to the back - it's a big game for the back three," he said, knowing Andy Booth is after a 100th career Town goal and that three points will take Town up whatever challengers Torquay do at Southend.
"Cheltenham are physical and strong, but as long as we compete we will be fine. I've no specific plans to know the Torquay score, my only focus will be on trying to win.
"No way is it going to be easy and we'll have to work for everything, but the messages of support from fans will let the lads know how much everyone cares about the club and give them a massive lift."
Jackson has insisted all Town's staff and players travel as they bid to join Doncaster and Hull in Division II.