Lawrie Sanchez was pleased to provide Barnet's travelling support with a good performance in the 0-0 draw against Macclesfield.
Matt Smith missed a sitter for the Silkmen in the first half but Barnet dominated the second, Izale McLeod wasting a golden opportunity in the 70th minute when he stumbled with an open goal at his mercy.
Sanchez said: "We are better away from home than we are at home. I don't know why but our small band of fans did brilliantly to travel all this way on a Friday night and they are infectious. It's hard for the football team, so for the fans it's very difficult.
"I am really pleased with the performance. I cant take anything away from it, only a goal would have been so much better. We are consistent in our inconsistency. We are a lot better team away from home than we are at home. We now have to beat Torquay and feed off everything our away fans bring to us.
"When you see a performance like that you know we can stay up. This was a tough game, Macc will have said 'they can beat us', they will have said 'we can win this one'.
"It was a great point and a great clean sheet, it was important we didn't get beat. Teams at the bottom of the league play long balls. They don't spend too much time on the ball, they just don't bother with that and they are not easy to play so we were really delighted with the performance."