Coventry City defender Richard Keogh feels that the togetherness of everyone has shone through recently.
Speaking about the club’s weekly press conference, Keogh said: "It's a bit of a cliche but the most important game for us is the next one.
"Peterborough are an attacking team that score goals and they will come here wanting to win so we have to be up to the challenge."
"Our togetherness has really shone through in the last few games and we have to keep it going.
"The manager has said before that he likes the back four that is playing at the moment so hopefully we can stay injury free.
“The fans have really got behind the manager and the team. "The fans passion and drive really helped us to get through the tough periods.
"We have always tried to be positive and focus on ourselves. A lot of people had us as the underdogs and written us off and we like that.
"Coming off the back of a positive result against a good side like Hull, we have to make sure we are right on the button against Peterborough and we have shown on this run that we are a match for anyone.
"We all need to stick together like we have done. It's great that the fans have stuck by us. Hopefully on Saturday they can get behind us and we can get the three points.
"There is still a long way to go yet and there are a lot of clubs that are going to have a say in it."