CHESTER CITY chairman Stephen Vaughan is urging local football fans to turn up at the Deva Stadium and help the side on to a Nationwide Conference play-off place during their next two matches.
City will confirm their place in the end of season promotion competition if they take four points from the forthcoming home games against Woking on Saturday and Farnborough Town on Tuesday evening.
"This club has made tremendous strides over the past 15 months, and a play-off place followed by a victory in the promotion final would be a fabulous reward for the club, the staff and supporters," Vaughan said.
"I urge our supporters, young and old, to turn up for the games against Woking and Farnborough, and give their support to Mark Wright and the players.
"The fans do have a part to play in our success, and when they get behind us they are worth a goal start."
If Chester win on Saturday against Woking, and sixth-placed Hereford United don't glean three points from their games at Halifax Town, then City would progress to the play-offs this weekend
"Yeovil Town have been getting crowds in excess of 7,000 recently, whilst second-placed Doncaster Rovers have been getting 4,000 plus, there is no reason why we can't see 3,000 supporters a game to the Deva Stadium," said the City chairman.
Mark Wright has a full squad to select from for Saturday's game, with leading scorer Darryl Clare possibly returning after being rested for the past two matches. Meanwhile, Kettering Town's defeat against Forest Green Rovers on Tuesday night meant they became the first team to be relegated this season from the Nationwide Conference.