Simpson delighted at how fans have backed his team
Lincoln City boss Gary Simpson has been overwhelmed by the fans' support as he thanked them for their "tremendous backing".
The Imps are expecting another healthy crowd for Bank Holiday's cash against Wrexham, a side tipped for promotion to the Football League.
Both home attendances against Forest Green and Macclesfield, two clubs whose away following is minimal, exceeded expectation rising above 2,200 on each occasion.
And as City look to preserve an unbeaten home record against the Dragons, Simpson says the fans have played a huge role already.
"I know times are hard and friends are few and money is hard to come by, but we have had great support," he said.
"They have really got behind the team and I've always said we are in this together.
"The players, the staff, the directors, everybody.
"If we take that siege mentality and keep it together, then we'll have some highs and we'll have some lows.
"It's how we come through those lows that is important.
"But the fans really have been fantastic."
Lincoln have taken six points from six at Sincil Bank in what has been the best start to the season since the 2006/07 campaign.
They overcame Macclesfield 1-0 in the first home game of the season and upset title favourites Forest Green Rovers 2-1 last weekend.
Wrexham will provide another serious test, however, with the Dragons highly fancied to win promotion to the Football League.
They have invested heavily over the summer recruiting the likes of Andy Bishop as they look to avoid a repeat of the heartache at losing the play-off final to Newport last year.
They have not had the best of starts to the season, with Andy Morrell's side winning at Welling on the opening day, but losing to Halifax and drawing at Tamworth.