King's Lynn Town Reserves manager Neil Fryatt wants supporters to get behind his young-guns as they look to turn their new home in a fortress.
The reserves will play their Thurlow Nunn Division One North home games at the Elgoods Stadium - home of Wisbech Town - this season and begin life against March Town United tomorrow night (7.45pm).
Fryatt said: "When you have your own home ground it does make a big difference, so we've got to try to make the Wisbech ground like a fortress, a little bit like we did the Walks after Christmas last season.
"The support of the King's Lynn fans over at Wisbech would be greatly appreciated by everyone connected with the team."
The club's reserve outfit have picked up one point from their opening two fixtures following a 2-0 reverse against Leiston Reserves on Saturday.
Their solitary point came from a 1-1 draw at Cornard, but Fryatt feels that his side should have more points on the board.
Fryatt said: “We should be sat with six points as we’ve been the better team in both games. We’ve created so many chances but we’ve been found wanting a little bit in both penalty areas.
"I'd be more concerned if we wasn't creating the chances."
Looking ahead to the game against the Hares, who lost to Sheringham at the weekend, Fryatt said: "It will be tough. March are very experienced and are one of the teams who are looking to win the league."