Brendan Hamill hopes the Red and Black Bloc's dispute with the FFA and the Wanderers can be resolved quickly as he says the team needs their active supporter group.
Western Sydney's season goes on the line on Saturday as they host Brisbane Roar at ANZ Stadium.
The Roar sit in sixth place, two points above the Wanderers on the table in seventh, with only two games of the regular season left.
The RBB has announced that it will boycott matches for the rest of this A-League season because of restrictions it claims that have been imposed.
Western Sydney defender Hamill admits the players can't worry about the boycott, but admits their passionate supporter group is needed.
"It's tough, it's a tough one to comment on," he said.
"There's a few things at stake, a few problems with different parties and the players I don't think we have much say in that.
"We've just got to have a stoic mindset and go out there and worry about ourselves and hopefully the problems with all the parties are solved ASAP because we know what the RBB bring to the club, bring to the league, bring to football.
"They're such a vibrant force, we need them, so hopefully things can be resolved. The players haven't got a role or a part in being able to persuade the RBB to come or not. I think that the parties that have problems, it's for them to discuss and resolve.
"We can't really influence what's going on there so we just need to focus on ourselves. It's not a case of being disappointed with the RBB - not at all."
If Wanderers lose to Brisbane then making the top six will be out of their hands and they will need to rely on other results.
Hamill said the squad is fully aware of what is on the line on Saturday evening.
"It's a huge game, everyone knows what's at stake," the centre back stated.
"We have to win - plain and simple. It's crucial for us, everyone knows that in the camp. We have to draw from last week.We played well [against Melbourne Victory], we just copped a set-piece and a penalty.
"Our problem this season has been consistency and that is what we have to fix. We've got to show up, roll our sleeves up and perform. It's a big game but it's what we play for. It's a challenge and we have to be together as a group and as a club.
"Hopefully the fans turn out in big numbers and spur us on and act as our 12th man as they have done all season."