PETER JACKSON was rallying his troops today as Town made plans to screen their final surge for promotion live at the UCI Cinema.
Officials hope to broadcast action from Cheltenham on Saturday via satellite link as Town chase the three points which would guarantee them promotion to Division II.
Central TV coverage would be beamed back to all 10 screens in the cinema, where 2,500 Town fans could be accommodated at a probable cost of £10 for adults and £5 concessions.
Details should be firmed up in the next 48 hours by chief executive Andrew Watson, who has ruled out the option of a big screen at the McAlpine because of technical difficulties and costs of more than £20,000.
"We still have a bit more work to do on this, but the intention is to take over the UCI lock, stock and barrel and have a sell-out for 2,500 of our fans," explained Watson, who confirmed Town's debt to the former players after administration has been reduced from £1.4m to just £600,000 this season.
"There are too many difficult problems to overcome with a big screen in the stadium, but we think this is an excellent option and one we might look to use again in the future for big games away from home.
"There is a lot of interest and excitement in the Cheltenham game for obvious reasons and, hopefully, we might have everything in place to make an announcement by Wednesday."
Town's kick-off was delayed 19 minutes on Saturday as fans queued outside the stadium, and the gate of 18,633 was the club's biggest for three years.
Almost 17,000 were home based, but they went home disappointed by a 3-1 defeat to Mansfield which leaves Town just two points clear of Torquay, who have a better goal difference as they head to Southend for the final weekend.
"We gave away two sloppy goals, which is not like us, and in the end we could have lost by five, but we are not going to get our heads down," said Jackson.
"Looking back, we didn't get tight enough to a good, hard working side who have a lot of movement in their ranks.
"What we've got to remember, though, is that the season isn't settled by this result, it will be settled by what happens down at Cheltenham - and we are going there to win.
"We are the club everyone else wants to be, you can be certain of that, and we don't need any more incentive than the fact our destiny is in our own hands and this match is the decider.
"If we tighten up at the back and produce the football that we know we can, I'm confident we will get the result we want."
Republic of Ireland scouts were checking on scorer John McAliskey on Saturday, but his goal was overshadowed by those from Rhys Day, Junior Mendes and Liam Lawrence as Mansfield secured a play-off spot.
Newcastle, Blackburn, Charlton and Manchester United were also represented among 20 clubs on the scouting list.
The Kilner Bank was sold out and Panasonic lower tier opened, and Jackson added: "The crowd were fantastic and we need them right behind us again next week.
"This is a time to stick out our chests and show pride in the blue and white stripes. We are one step from going up and we have to take it.
"I've only been in the play-offs once and I don't want to be there again - I don't think my nerves would stand it.
"We deserve to go up as far as I'm concerned and with my players right behind me, I'm sure we will. We didn't rise to the occasion on Saturday, but we will at Cheltenham."