Leyton Orient CEO Danny Macklin has issued the following rallying call to O's supporters ahead of the final two months of the season:
"With two crucial months ahead, and maybe more, we want to encourage supporters to ensure the atmosphere, at The Breyer Group Stadium and away from home, is as good as it can be from the moment people arrive at the ground right the way up until they leave!
"We want the atmosphere to be very, very welcoming - a trait that has seen us often mentioned as London's favourite second team - if not a little bit intimidating, in a friendly way, for the visiting teams.
"One way we believe we could do this is to get the drummer, if perhaps the drummers, back in to The Q2W Tommy Johnston South Stand. It is difficult to understimate how important you are to the players in difficult and positive moments in the matches.
"The O's supporters this season have been a credit to the Club, the home attendance has grown just under 1,000 people on average this season while we're averaging over 600 fans per away game. We're hopeful the next two months will be incredibly special and we're encouraging all the supporters to play their part and help spread the word to pack out each and every stand"