Reading captain Andy Yiadom has praised the travelling support and has admitted that he will 'always remember' November's win at Wycombe Wanderers.

The Ghana international celebrated his 200th club appearance earlier in the month and is the longest-serving first-team player, not including Academy graduates.

Enduring his third straight season of points deductions, the full-back is looking to lead his team away from relegation danger and avoid falling into the fourth tier.

Almost 1,400 supporters are making the 10-hour round trip to bottom club Carlisle United on Saturday, the first trip to Brunton Park for over 40 years.

Speaking ahead of the long trip north, Yiadom said: "It is important that the team sticks together and the club sticks together. I hear there’s 1400 coming to Carlisle, which is amazing. It’s about keeping the unity to go out there and do well."

The Royals have won just two away matches in over 14 months, and the first away win of the season came at Adam's Park back in November.

Sam Smith and Lewis Wing strikes was enough to down the Chairboys, with almost 2,000 supporters making the short trip to Buckinghamshire.

Wild scenes met the full-time whistle, with supporters trekking from Sunderland to Exeter, and everywhere in between, before seeing a victory.

"The fans have been brilliant, even in the away games," Yiadom added. "Wycombe was a standout which I’ll always remember. Every away game they’ve come out in their numbers and at home they’ve been really supportive so we’re really grateful for that."