Northampton Town have enjoyed a notable rise in season ticket sales this summer, with figures already above the level they were when last season kicked off.
With the first game still five weeks away, the Cobblers have sold 8% more season tickets now than they had by the time last season kicked off and Chief Executive James Whiting thanked the supporters for their support.
"We saw a very strong connection between the club and supporters grow last season and that, and a feelgood factor, has continued in to the summer," he said.
"To be 8% up on last season's season ticket sales with five weeks still to go is fantastic and we would like to thank everyone who has purchased a season ticket so far.
"We expect that 8% increase to grow as we do expect to sell more season tickets before the new season starts as pre-season goes along and we continue our work to add to the squad.
"From the comments we see and the feedback we receive from Tom Cliffe, the supporters elected representative, it is clear supporters are very much behind the club and we are really grateful to everyone for their support."
Season tickets remain on sale from the ticket office or online via ntfcdirect.co.uk with under 7s free and under 12s from under £3 per game. Please see ntfc.co.uk for full details.
5,366 spectators per league game at Sixfields, the club's biggest fourth tier average attendance since the 2005/06 season, even beating the average attendance in the 2015/16 League 2 title winning season.