Reading defender Matt Mills says having the support of the Reading fans has spurred the team on in recent weeks.Mills was dismissed during the Royals' 2-1 win at Doncaster at the weekend but has enjoyed the team's recent form. [LNB]He told BBC Berkshire: "Fans aren't going to cheer you on when you're not playing good football and not winning games and we understand that. [LNB]"We're on a good run at the moment so if they can continue to back us, it's all for the better." [LNB]Mills will be suspended for Reading's next match against Plymouth on Tuesday, but he says the team are relishing having another game come around so soon after the last.[LNB] [LNB][LNB] "We're in a good run of games at the moment and we just want to continue that. Luckily it's a Tuesday game and it can't come quickly enough," he said. [LNB]Reading could move out of the relegation places with a winand Mills believes the fans will play their part in making the Madejski Stadium a difficult place for other teams. [LNB]"When we took the lead [at Doncaster] and the fans were singing to the manager and are backing the boys, it really does spur you on," he added. [LNB]"I don't think we've had that for a lot of the season. That's not the fans' fault - it's the people on the pitch and the people in the dugout. [LNB]"But I think we're starting to get things right and if we can get the fans on board then we can make the Madejski Stadium a really hard place to come and win." [LNB]Reading versus Plymouth Argyle kicks off at 2000 GMT and is live on BBC Radio Berkshire.