Laudrup said: "It's great for the supporters and they can enjoy it.
"Football, especially for the fans, is about dreams and emotions.
"It was great of me to be part of a game at home with a full crowd.
"The last time I experienced that was in Denmark with Brondby, most of my other clubs have been 50 or 60% full.
"It's a factor that could get you five, six or seven points over a season and that could turn out to be very important for us.
"But for us we have emotion as well but we can't allow ourselves to dream.
"We will enjoy this but on Monday we go back to work and thinking about how to beat Barnsley on Tuesday night."