DEAN HOYLE is calling on fans to cheer Town all the way into the League I play-offs.

The owner-chairman has slashed admission prices for Saturday’s clash with Colchester United to £10 adults and £5 concessions.

It’s the last home game of the regular season, and Hoyle would love to see the attendance top 18,000 as Lee Clark’s team look to continue the run which has put them second only to Southampton in the League I form table.

That would make it the second-highest Galpharm gate of the season behind the 20,102 who watched the 2-2 draw with Leeds United, who could yet be Town’s play-off semi-final opponents.

With a top-six spot secured by Saturday’s 6-0 win at Stockport County, Hoyle, like boss Clark, is desperate to see Town finish as high as possible and hopefully make the top four to seal home advantage for the second leg of the semi-final.

“From a personal point of view, I’m delighted to make the play-offs in my first season as chairman,” he said.

“We have a talented bunch of players and they will give it everything in the play-offs because they want promotion just as much as myself and the manager.

“I’m so happy for our fans as well, because they have suffered over the years.

“They created a great atmosphere for our game against Millwall and they came to Stockport in their numbers. Now let’s keep it going.”