Accrington's Sean¿McConville is demanding that the welcome mat be taken away from the Crown¿Ground entrance.
The Reds midfielder scored an incredible goal as Stanley dismantled Hereford on Wednesday night.
And McConville, who now trails 12-goal Terry Gornell in the striking chart, says that with five of the remaining eight games at home, they need to make it as unhospitable a venue as possible for their visitors.
"The next two games are massive for us, if we can take six points out of those and go to Macc on the Friday I think we should make the play-offs," vowed McConville after their 4-0 win.
"We’ve always had the ability in the team, even when we slipped to about 18th or 19th and we were scared to look at the league table, but things look a lot rosier now.
"Teams are going to be frightened coming here, it’s not the best of places to come for away teams anyway so I think we’ve got to make it as uncomfortable as we can, get in their faces and do as well as we can in the last five or so home games and make it uncomfortable for teams."
And the 22-year-old will look back on his strike – the third on the stroke of half-time – with some relish. And so he should, his control and first-time volley is sure to be among the goal of the season contenders come the final curtain.
Manager John¿Coleman, himself a man with an eye for goal, was unabashed in his praise for the quality his player showed.
"I don’t think you’ll see a better goal than that this season," claimed the Reds boss, who has now seen Stanley notch up six straight home wins. "League Two players have got no right to score goals like that, so to score a goal like that will live with him for a long time.
"As a striker I’m always pleased for them to play well and for us to win, I love my strikers scoring because I know the confidence that breeds."
And McConville looked back on his wonder goal with great fondness.
"Jimmy’s done well on the right and put the ball in," he recalled. "I thought he was going to switch it to Craney because he was shouting behind me, but he’s spotted me and he hit it a bit too hard so I’ve had to have a good first touch and I think that’s what got me the goal.
"It hasn’t hit the floor and I’ve just volleyed it, luckily for me it’s gone in the top corner.
"It’s always a compliment when the gaffer says something good about you, he rarely gives praise out so I’m absolutely over the moon with it."
And after the three points moved his side up to 10th in the league, just three points outside the play-off places, Coleman is warning against any complacency that could creep in ahead of home clashes with Northampton and Southend.
"They’re all going to be difficult over the next eight games," he insisted. "You can call them cup finals or you can call them Grand National fences, you can call them what you want, I know that we’ve got a good side here and we’ll give it our best shot, that’s all we can do.
"And if we get a bit of luck along the way we could be there or thereabouts come the end of the season."