Danny Coles has labelled the Exeter's travelling support as "phenomenal" as they prepare for two away games in five days.
The Grecians make their first ever journey to the New York Stadium to take on Rotherham on Tuesday night before a trip to struggling Wimbledon on Saturday afternoon.
And Coles has no doubts that the Grecian faithful will travel in their numbers once again to both vital clashes, as Steve Tisdale's men look to bounce back from a mini-slump and gain promotion to League One.
"The support all season away from home has been phenomenal," he said. "I remember Gillingham away on a Tuesday night when we won 3-2 and the amount of fans we had there was a real credit to them.
"All season the away support and the fans that have travelled all that way has been fantastic. We believe the away support takes care of itself and with Rotherham and then Wimbledon it is a big five days for us."
Saturday's defeat to Dagenham - the Grecians' third consecutive loss - leaves City just two points above eighth-placed Bradford in the battle for a play-off spot.
But Coles insists the attitude at the club has not been affected as they look to secure a top-seven spot.
"You have to keep a level ground, you can't be too down and you can't be too high," he said. "To be fair to the boys that is what we are at this club, we never get too carried away. We want to cross the line and we know if we can get a few wins it will be enough.
"It can play on your mind a little bit, but we are just focusing on ourselves. We know if we get it right we can cement a play-off place and then go from there."