At the end of Manchester United's 1-0 reverse at home to Newcastle, David Moyes left Old Trafford to applause from the Stretford End.
The end that houses the most die-hard United fans in the world sung his name as he disappeared into the tunnel.
These are the people that Moyes needs to focus on.
Since the back-to-back home defeats - the club's first since the 2001-02 season - the pressure has been ramped up on the man dealt the unenviable task of emanating the success of predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson.
Journalists are beginning to question whether he is the right man for the job.
Pundits are now suggesting that United may not even finish in the top four, let alone win the Premier League title.
But amongst all the usual palava that goes with the club, the true fans are still backing their man. And rightly so.
Often United's fans are tarnished by a small group of so-called 'fans' as they sit behind their computers and laptops slating the manager at every possible opportunity.
But it is those in the Stretford End who support Moyes and what he is trying to achieve, and these people are the ones who Moyes should listen to.
As they say, Rome wasn't built in a day. Those who understand football know that this is a transition season for the Red Devils, and success may not come straight away.
Granted sitting ninth in the table at this stage of the season is not something any United fan should settle for, but it can only get better and it will.
No matter what, Moyes can always count on the people that truly matter.