MANAGER Peter Jackson today warned Town fans who have still to buy a season-ticket: "Don't miss out!"

The Galpharm chief is pursuing potential signings targets with just two more days to the end of the club's cut-price season-ticket offer.

More than 6,000 fans have already secured their seats for the 2005-06 League I campaign and hopes are high the club will top last season's figure of 8,100.

"When I arrived at the club this morning there were people queueing outside and the response to the season-ticket offer has been excellent so far," said Jackson today.

"Our finish to the campaign made us the form team of the whole league and, of course, we haven't lost at the Galpharm in 2005, which is a proud record to have.

"We want to keep that going for as long as possible when the new season starts and we all believe we are in for an exciting campaign, having just missed out on the play-offs this time.

"I wouldn't want anyone to miss out if we turn those hopes into reality, so come on down and buy your tickets before Friday.

"The more support we get the better, because it's a massive help to the lads."

Jackson added: "The Royal Mail have been delivering sackloads of ticket applications and the staff in the office have been doing a magnificent job.

"The way they have worked so hard shows the commitment of everyone in the club to continuing the success that we've had."

The ticket offer closes at 5pm on Friday and the offices are closed on Saturday and Bank Holiday Monday.