Marco Silva provided Hull with their first win in all competitions since the 6th November after he replaced Mike Phelan as Hull head coach.
The Portuguese manager urged the fans to back the team in their push to save themselves from Premier League relegation, hoping the crowds would pick up from a mere 6,608 that watched the victory against Swansea.
The Hull manager has been praised for his decisions in his first game, with all three substitutions playing a key role in the two goals scored by Abel Hernandez and 17-year-old Josh Tymon.
Silva focussed on the fans after the side's 2-0 win, stating he needed the fans' support to keep the club in the top flight.
"We need the other fans to support our team because to change the situation, to change our position in the table, we need them.
"I hope in the next (home) game against Bournemouth there will be more people to help support us to try and win the game.
"With a good atmosphere it's better, sure. If the atmosphere's not good, I want my players to focus on things happening on the pitch but I hope the next game we can change the situation."
“It was fantastic for the boy Tymon as well with what happened at the end with his goal”, the defender grabbing his first goal in senior football.