Wrexham manager Dean Keates is hoping Wrexham supporters get behind his side on Tuesday evening when second from bottom side Solihull Moors visit My Racecourse.
Solihull come in to the game with a new man in the hot seat. Mark Yates took over the position last week and will be looking to build upon a 1-1 draw at Maidstone United on Saturday.
Dean said ahead of the game: "There's going to be twists and turns, it's going to be a roller coaster of a season. All we can do is look after ourselves and beat the opposition that's put out in front of us.
"The lads do their best everyday in training and at every game. If they do it again all being well we'll get the three points."
When asked about the games leading in to the Christmas period Dean said: "The big games are coming, they are all big games now and that's what we want to be a part of."
Talking about the crowd against Ebbsfleet the boss said: "It was a good attendance. I thought the crowd was a little bit subdued if I'm honest.
"We'll have big attendances and the fans can make the difference. We had a great following at Chester, it was like a home game and it was the same at Tranmere. I'm sure we'll take a big following to Macclesfield too."
Solihull Moors have won one, drawn one and lost three of their last five games in all competitions. Before their draw at Maidstone they had lost two in succession against Sutton United and Fylde in the Vanarama National League.
Wrexham did the double over Solihull last season and a win on Tuesday night will keep the pressure on the top spot the Dragons' are chasing down.
"I've said this from day one. There is a honest bunch of lads in there. They give us everything. They had a blip up at Fylde and they have put it right.
"They keep working incredibly hard and that's all I ask of them. When they represent the football club, they give everything. We are at home on Tuesday and we are looking to get the three points."