That's the message from The Imps' manager Danny Cowley with two tough away games coming up this week, the first of those against Coventry City on Tuesday evening at the Ricoh Arena. The support has been magnificent this season and Danny Cowley wants to carry that through the remaining few games as his side look to book a place in those all-important SkyBet League Two play-offs.
"Football changes very quickly because we've probably going into injury time today (Saturday), Mansfield have got three points and we've got one, and it turns in what? Four minutes? So, if that's going to teach you a lesson, nothing does so don't get ahead of yourself. Let's not get carried away." He said.
"Nicky and I went there to watch Coventry against Stevenage last Friday. They were outstanding, and Accrington who could be league champions by the time we vist them. So, thats two really tough away games. Two games where we will be underdogs and it suits us. Do you know what? That's why I want to get into the play-offs. I think if we get into the play-offs as underdogs, that will be good for us.
“It was our incredible willpower that got that win on Saturday, and the supporters were tremendous."
Ticket sales are fast approaching 3,000 ahead of kick-off at Coventry. Also remember that tickets are available to pay on the gate at the Ricoh Arena tomorrow night, so don't miss out on supporting the Imps on what could be one of the most crucial weeks of the season.