Linnets midfielder Craig Parker has called on the towns supporters to come out and get behind the team ahead of Tuesday nights game against Biggleswade.
Speaking to BBC Radio Norfolk's Nick Bowler after Lynn's 2-0 home victory, Parker had this to say.
"It's been a tough week in training this week the gaffer has really got into us, He emphasized that we need to be quick out the blocks against Tiverton, Especially with the having such a long journey.
"We were all disappointed in how we played last week, To go out the cup isn't good, Although they where higher league opposition we thought we could go there and win the game, so are disappointed with ourselves.
"It's been a hard week in training this week, So hopefully that showed on the pitch this afternoon, We got at them nearly doors and created plenty of chances, Even before we scored we should of taken a few of them chances, I was hoping we was going to be in front before we eventually scored.
"We were all over Tiverton 1st half they didn't know what had hit them, We start the first half really fast but the second half seems to be really tough as we are doing all the work in the 1st half and getting ourselves 2 or 3 in front, But it's important that we get ourselves going and that's what we tried this afternoon.
"The last time I spoke to the media we had just won on the Saturday and we had a game on the Tuesday night, We have to keep this momentum going, We are at home again and we want the fans to turn out under the lights, It should be a good game and we need to keep going and pick up the 3 points.