Chairman Dean Hoyle has warned against complacency as Huddersfield bid to extend their unbeaten league run on Saturday against Leyton Orient.
The club have opened up the Galpharm Stadium's Pink Link stand, usually occupied by away supporters, to home fans against Orient in order to boost the atmosphere.
Hoyle told the club's official website: "The team has been on a fantastic run recently, but we all have to continue to play our part and not take things for granted.
"Forget league position, Orient put on a strong performance here last season, they have some talented players and a good manager and we're in for another tough test again on Saturday."
Hoyle added: "Having our supporters behind the goal at the south end can make a huge difference to the atmosphere in the ground.
"I'd like to thank the fans who have supported us from there already this season."