Ron Vlaar admits he wants to see the fans yell, scream and shout Villa to victory over QPR on Saturday.
Vlaar was awestruck with the support at Reading and wants the same against at Villa Park in the crunch clash with Harry Redknapp's side.
Vlaar wants Villa to push up the table, get out of trouble and send the fans "home happy."
He said: "The fans were awesome at Reading, even after the conceded goal.
"They kept on yelling, screaming and shouting in a positive way. It was very good. I am glad they had a good trip to Birmingham on their way back from the game.
"We knew these two games were immense for us. This was a good start and we look forward to QPR now.
"Besides the previous two games against very good teams in Man City and Arsenal, we have had good results.
"That is what we have to do - we know we have to work hard and try to win games.
"We want to make everybody happy, with 34,000-35,000 people at home.
"It would be great to get the win. You want to make everybody happy."
Vlaar also hailed the impact of new signing Yacouba Sylla, who came into the team at the Madejski Stadium and showed not only his titanic tackling ability but also his awesome range of passing too.
Vlaar was suitably impressed with his performance.
He added: "Yacouba was great. He was very strong and won headers and things like that. He was easy on the ball. He was very good."
Snap up match tickets for our clash with QPR.