David Wagner hailed Huddersfield Town’s 1,777 travelling fans after the 2-0 Championship win at Blackburn Rovers - and set his sights on another away win.
Town, up to 16th in the table, go to former manager Neil Warnock’s Rotherham United on Tuesday chasing an 11th victory under their head coach.
With Warnock’s battlers unbeaten in 10 after a 0-0 home draw with Nottingham Forest, it has the potential to be a stirring Yorkshire derby.
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Wagner, who says hamstring injury victim Jamie Paterson remains a doubt after missing the Blackburn game, wants to put on another show.
“It would be great to see the away section full, and we want to produce a similar result ” he said.
“We have to thank our fans for the support and I think it’s important that when we work together, when we win together, that we celebrate together.
David Wagner speaks post match
“This is something I think the squad deserve to celebrate together with the supporters.
“And on the other side, the supporters deserve that we thank them and for the support they gave us – it was great.“
Blackburn boss Paul Lambert said: “We were the architects of our own downfall.
“You’ve got to play with enthusiasm and be ready for matches and their two goals summed up our afternoon.
“I thought there was a lack of energy from us.”