Edwards was speaking before today's clash with Manchester City.
He said: “Every game's been tight. The West Ham game we were still going through that learning process, we were working things out a little bit earlier in the season. If we played that game again it would be different now, no doubt about it, but we were still working it out, I was still working it out as well.
"I like the way we're going about it at home, I think we're all feeling it and sensing it now that we can be ourselves there and feel at home in that environment. I think the fans are sensing it as well, we'll need them on Sunday, so we'll certainly going to be need them to bring their singing voices.
“I know we're going to get judged against the best teams and we've lost a number of games this year, but I think we've shown that we're competing well, especially at home. Again, Kenilworth Road has shown it's a unique place, it's not easy to come to, every game has been really right there.
"I want to give credit to the players, they're the ones who go out there and do it, they're giving absolutely everything, we know we need to get more points but I think we're going about it the right way."