By Paul Brown
Gabby Agbonlahor has called on the claret and blue faithful to drive the team on to victory against Norwich on Saturday.
Agbonlahor believes the impact of the fans cannot be underestimated and was witnessed first-hand against West Brom.
Villa went one-down courtesy of a Shane Long close-range effort but the support never wavered and eventually pushed the side on to an important derby-day point.
Agbonlahor appreciated that 100% commitment from the fans and wants more of the same this weekend as they hunt a maximum haul.
Like many before him, the star striker is happy with the team's general play but thinks things just need to click for fortunes to change.
He said: "As a team we know that we are playing good football and doing the right things.
"We're all in it together and we're determined to push on.
"We were obviously disappointed against Fulham. We didn't get the result I felt we deserved. But in football if you keep playing the right stuff you do get your rewards.
"If you look at the West Brom game, we went behind but the fans stayed with us, they were on our side.
"They drove us to get an equaliser. They pushed us on. And that's exactly what we did.
"If that sort of support continues, I'm confident we will get the results."
Make sure you're here to back the boys against Norwich City.