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Nathan Jones says he would love to pull his boots back on and play in Brighton & Hove Albion's next two home games, against play-off rivals Reading and Queens Park Rangers - and says the crowd at the Amex can play their part.
The Seagulls assistant head coach and former Albion left-back told seagulls.co.uk, "When you look at the table, they are two massive games, which could put us in a fantastic position.
"These are the games I relished as a player, any player does, and they are the type of game any player wants to play in; they're not quite season defining, but they could have a big impact on things.
"They are two games that if we can win, we know will send us above teams and put us in there. We have a good bunch of players, they are self-motivated and they will be looking at the league table and know the importance of the matches."
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Jones was also full of praise for Albion's support this season - both at the Amex and on the road - and he believes the crowd inside the Amex at both games, can help spur Albion on in both games.
"The crowd always play a huge part at the Amex, and these next two games will be no exception. The fans have been magnificent, our twelfth man and they can really help us in these next two games."
"At Millwall on Saturday, walking out and knowing you would see 2,500 fans in the away end was huge. It gives you a huge boost, and having that many in the away end, making a lot of noise helps us out there."
Albion are expecting crowds in excess of 28,000 for both matches, inside the space of four days. Tickets are still available for both. To book call the booking line on 0844 327 1901.