Celtic youngster James Forrest believes winning on a consistent basis will ensure the crowds flock back to Parkhead.
The club's 60,000-capacity stadium was around a third empty for Wednesday's 2-1 win over Dunfermline which took them to within seven points of leaders Rangers.
Neil Lennon's side have now won four in a row following an inconsistent start to the season and Forrest is happy the team are on an upward curve.
The Bhoys are at home to St Mirren on Saturday and the talented 20-year-old is hoping the fans come out in force and get behind the team's quest for another three-point haul.
"I think the more wins we get, the more (the fans) will come back," commented Forrest.
"The fans were really good and backed us the full game, maybe getting a wee bit nervous in the last 10 minutes.
"We obviously missed a few chances which doesn't help and maybe that rubbed off on the fans a wee bit.
"We made it tougher than we should have.
"We could have scored about eight goals in the first half but we gave them a lifeline in the last 10 minutes.
"But that's four wins in a row and we just have to take the positives out of the game and cut out the late slackness.
"We have narrowed the gap a wee bit and we want to continue that on Saturday.
"But we know St Mirren will come and have a good go at us and it will be a really hard game.
"The aim is not to drop any points until we play Rangers and it starts with Saturday."