Caley Thistle manager John Hughes has urged his side to continue their 100% start to 2015 when they host St Johnstone tonight.
The Highlanders are running a pay what you want initiative for the game against the Perth side.
With a big turnout expected at Caledonian Stadium the Inverness manager wants his players to entice the support to return by putting on a winning display against Tommy Wright’s team.
Inverness have put three consecutive defeats at the end of 2014 behind them with an impressive start to the new year, beating Ross County, St Mirren and Kilmarnock and will go in search of a fourth win in a row tonight, a feat they have not achieved since May 2011.
Hughes said: “We have maybe lost the ability to look after the ball over the last month but we’re getting back to it.
“We’re getting back to that training philosophy of one and two-touch, pass-and-move.
“Hopefully, we can continue to take that on to the pitch. We’ll take it one game at a time and see where it takes us.”
David Raven will miss out due to suspension. The defender had hoped to serve his ban on Saturday but the club’s trip to Dundee United was postponed due to a frozen pitch at Tannadice.