“We have highest average attendances in the league and then we had the FA Cup run playing Northampton and Wycombe Wanderers in both of those there was a couple of thousand so the lads are little use to it by now, but at this level of football it’s good to be playing in front of this sort of crowd.
“So it’s great to play in front of that sort of crowd and it’s a great advert for non-league football. It was also nice to get the win for the fans because they keep turning out in numbers for us.”
He said: “As a player, it doesn’t make much of a difference to what day it’s on as we still have to turn up and play regardless of what day it’s on.
“But what is important is what is best for the two clubs you want to play in front of a big crowd and whichever way it works.
“If you want to go down the route of bringing in more fans and play it on a certain day then that is fine, the players don’t really get a say but like I say it’s good to play in front of big crowds. So whatever the decision is then you have got to stick by it.”
The FA Cup giant killers sit 2nd in the table with just 10 games of the season left and according to the midfielder the support could be vital to the club’s success.
He said: “Stourbridge is a nice club and hopefully the fans will keep turning out because the lads do appreciate it, we try to clap them off at the end of the game regardless of the result and home or away as they have been fantastic for us.
“The more the merrier that keep coming to watch us.”