FOREST GREEN head coach Mark Cooper wants fans to bring their vociferous away support to the New Lawn.

Rovers were roared on to a thrilling 4-0 victory at Salford City last time out and Cooper is imploring the fans to find their voices this weekend at home to Crawley Town.

Cooper said: "I'm just hoping the effort that our supporters put in at Salford can be replicated when we play at home. I'm not asking a lot, but if we can get somewhere towards that, we have more chance of winning a game - than it being like a library."

Sitting fourth in League Two and a point off leaders Exeter City, Rovers are in rude health going in to Saturday's home clash against Gabriele Cioffi's Crawley Town.

Cooper sat down with SNJ sports editor Ash Loveridge and BBC Radio Gloucestershire's Paul Furley, where he discussed his new job title, the impact of Ebou Adams, team spirit, Crawley's threats and the need for more vocal support at home games.

Watch Mark Cooper's full-match press conference now.