Mark Kennedy thanked the City supporters who continued to get behind their side at Peterborough United.
Despite the Imps falling to their first defeat of the season, the 1,633 travelling supporters made their presence felt from the stands.
He said: “The support was absolutely phenomenal. I have not experienced something like that when you are 4-0 down, as it felt like we were at home.
“You can see the connection between the fans and the players. They did not stop clapping us after the game and it is something we talk about a lot in the group. It does not go unnoticed.”
Kennedy also called on his side to reflect on the performance at the Weston Homes Stadium, as the Imps look to bounce back next week.
He added: “It is really important that we look at ourselves individually and collectively.
“We need the players to be balanced in their mindset and be really positive for what we have got ahead of us.
“We have got a great week ahead, with a cup tie at Barrow and then a home game against Fleetwood Town.”