Wrexham AFC boss, Phil Parkinson, hailed the backing of the Club's supporters ahead of the final league game of the 2021/22 campaign.
The Red Dragons go into Sunday afternoon's clash with Dagenham & Redbridge having ensured the title race will go down to the wire by beating Stockport County 3-0 last time out.
With our home league campaign now over, and having won 77% of the points available at the Racecourse this season, Parkinson says the supporters have played an important part.
"The fans were fantastic [on Sunday] and have been all season," he said. "I'm just glad that, in the last scheduled home league game of the season, we could finish off in style because that was really important.
"We maintain really high standards here and the atmosphere has been great since day one. That's continued all the way through, and I think every supporter who was there on Sunday would have enjoyed seeing the team play."
Wrexham sit top of the table at the time of writing, with second-placed Stockport preparing to play their game in hand on Wednesday evening, at home to Torquay United.
"We wanted to go into the final game with something to play for, and we now go to Dagenham ready to take care of our own business," the boss added.
"We've secured the top three, and that's important. The aim, obviously, is to get that top spot, so let's see what happens this week."
Supporters are reminded that tickets for the trip to Dagenham have sold out, with limited coach travel still available.