KEN Anderson has appealed for fans to keep up their “inspirational” support at the business end of the season.

Wanderers were backed by a vociferous 2,500-strong support at Barnsley on Saturday and have already sold out their allocation for the last away game at Burton Albion on April 28.

Wolves provide the opposition for the first of two remaining home games – and the Whites chairman is banking on the same level of backing this weekend as Phil Parkinson's side look to prevent their old rivals from clinching the league title.

"I have to comment on the wonderful support the 2,500 Wanderers fans gave to the team at Oakwell - it was simply awesome," he said.

"I have no doubt that the levels of passionate noise you generated inspired the team to bounce back after going a goal down.

“That you still carried on despite that late leveller was inspirational and I think it sends a message to the players, not that they need reminding of course, that you believe in them.

“With support like this over the final three games, I am convinced that the players will respond positively and we will get what's needed to get over the line.

“Of course, it won't be easy. This coming weekend's opponents, Wolves, are Premier League quality and have shown their finesse all season.

"I must congratulate them on their promotion to the top flight, but we will be giving them a game on Saturday, that is for sure.”

Anderson is keen to keep a positive mood in the camp after Wanderers emerged from a four-game slump to take a point against Barnsley which keeps them above the Tykes in the relegation race.

"I have been very pleased with the 'glass half full' attitude that is resonating throughout the club at this moment and we need it to continue for these final three games," he said.

"Please continue to back us, as you have all season, and maintain the levels of noise you so enthusiastically generate."