DERBY County's average home attendance is up almost 1,300 on last season.
The Rams attracted their biggest home league gate of the season when 27,306 watched the victory over Bournemouth on Saturday.
Derby's average stands at 24,498 compared with 23,228 last season and the Rams still have neighbours Nottingham Forest to visit the iPro Stadium, usually a full house.
Brighton top the attendance table in the Championship with an average gate of 27,007 followed by Leeds United on 26,035.
Derby are third and then come leaders Leicester City (23,849), Forest (23,015) and Sheffield Wednesday (21,494).
The Rams are currently the 20th best-supported club in the country, with 17 of the 20 in the Premier League.