RHYL boss Greg Strong is calling on the Belle Vue crowd to become the club's 12th man ahead of their Welsh Cup showdown with Llanelli.
The Lilywhites meet full-timers Llanelli in the tie of the round this Saturday, and Strong said he was hoping a rowdy home crowd would help his side pick up their second Welsh Premier League scalp of the season.
"Our fans have many times become the twelfth man for us in big games, I ask they do this again on Saturday and help push the lads on to victory," he said.
"It will be a fantastic game, the lads are looking forward to testing themselves against one of the best teams left in the Welsh Cup, we go into the game as under dogs which is fine by us as it takes the pressure off us a little.
"When your perceived as favourites the pressure to perform can sometimes work against you, it just means we can get to playing our style of football, hopefully we can get a result and have people talking about Rhyl Football Club for the right reasons again."
Rhyl are sweating on the fitness of Will Thomas and skipper Russell Courtney for the 3pm kick-off, which is also set to be televised on S4C, and will make an eleventh hour decision on whether the duo make the team sheet.
Rhyl Football Club would like to remind fans that season tickets are not valid for Welsh Cup games, and are asking fans to turn up early to avoid congestion at the turnstyles, with a bumper crowd expected from the third placed South Walians.