Lincoln City full-back Cohen Bramall hailed the importance of the fans following Saturday’s hard-fought draw against Sunderland.
After helping to record City’s second clean sheet in three games, Cohen said whilst the side are in good form, the support helped the team secure a share of the points against the Black Cats.
Bramall said: "The boys worked hard. It was a great point and we need to keep going now and stay strong for the next eight games. We’re not thinking of relegation, just taking every game as it comes and trying to get the points – it’s full steam ahead really.
“We were expecting a big crowd, Sunderland always bring a lot of fans, and our supporters were amazing as always which was a big help.”
Bramall was also full of praise for fellow players Jordan Wright and Brooke Norton-Cuffy, whom he believed played a big part in the result.
He added: “If it wasn’t for Jordan in goal today we wouldn’t have kept that clean sheet – that save at the end was top quality. I spoke to him after and he couldn’t believe he had saved it himself, but he’s a big lad and fingertips did the job.
“Brooke is a young lad and he’ll continue to get better. Wing-back suits him to a tee so you’ll see more of him I’m sure.”