Andy Teague has called on the Chorley fans to make some noise and become their 12th man at the Chorley Group Victory Park Stadium.
The calls have been made after the Magpies’ 2-1 defeat against Boston United on Saturday.
Skipper Teague was full of praise for the Chorley fans and said they have been unbelievable since he joined the club.
But the centre-half, who limped out of the game against Boston with an ankle injury, feels more could be done at the home fixtures.
He said: “Our fans are probably the best in the league on their day.
“At Halifax Town on a Tuesday night, they were unbelievable but what all the lads want is a bit of noise at home too.
“We had another crowd of more than 1,000, we all want them to be our 12th man.
“Maybe they could bunch together and create the atmosphere like they do away.
“I’m not having a go at them not at all as they are superb, but a bit more volume at home would be excellent.”
Teague is unsure whether or not he will be fit for Saturday’s trip to Boston United.
The popular skipper has confirmed he won’t be competing against Barrow tonight in the Lancashire Trophy.
But he expects the team to bounce back and put in a first class performance.
He added: “I won’t be playing against Barrow.
“Instread, Iwill be meeting with Danny Fishwick the physio and I’ll have to see what he says.
“The bruising has gone down and I can put a bit of weight on it, all I can do is keep resting it and see what happens. Saturday may be a touch too early but I don’t know – we’ll have to wait and see.
“I expect the lads to do well tonight. On Saturday against Boston we had an off day, but we’re more than ready to play them again this Saturday.”