"I think everyone can see that the fanbase is right behind us." That's the message from Rovers playmaker Bradley Dack after meeting 100s of supporters in Roverstore on Friday afternoon.
Dack joined Richie Smallwood and Charlie Mulgrew in the official club store, and fresh from signing autographs, posing for photographs and even polishing off some black pudding, had time to discuss the session and the season.
Dack's been in fine form in his first season in East Lancashire and has bagged 12 goals from his advanced midfield position as well as nabbing a number of assists this term.
And after meeting and greeting fans, he admits it's important to "give a bit back" to supporters.
"It's nice to come down here and meet all the fans, and I think it's nice for them to see that we give a bit back, so I'm happy to do it," he said.
"It was nice to receive a few gifts. It's a community club, so it was nice to see the amount of people who turned up.
"From the outside looking in, I think everyone can see that the fanbase is right behind us and we can definitely feel it in the dressing room."
And reflecting on the midweek game at Portsmouth, the 24-year-old confesses he couldn't believe how many fans ventured down to the south coast on a cold evening at Fratton Park.
"You just have to look at Tuesday night. To take that amount of fans down to Portsmouth is massive. Obviously they got us through it in the end and to send them home with three points was perfect," he added.
"It was a massive win. I think every game now is a massive, massive game and we've got to look to win every game.
"It was disappointing to draw at home to Oldham, so we knew we had to make that point a good point by going to Fratton Park and winning, and we did that."