But Reynolds insists the players will keep their feet on the ground.
Reynolds was on target against his former club as Aberdeen beat Motherwell 3-1 at Fir Park to add to their opening Scottish Premiership win over Kilmarnock and set up what could be a sell-out clash with Celtic at Pittodrie on Saturday.
Aberdeen were convincing winners against the top club outside of Glasgow in the last two seasons - a team they had not beaten in the league for 15 games.
And Reynolds is happy to see the fans get carried along by the hype - as long as the players do not.
"That's the joy of being a fan - you get to get carried away and take that right through to next week," he said.
"But the reality is we start working towards the next game.
"When I was at Motherwell we finished third and there wasn't much capacity for the attendance to go up.
"We were playing some great football and getting great results as Motherwell have done for the last three or four years, but the gates never really went up.
"At Aberdeen last year we went on a 10 or 11-game unbeaten run and the gates were swelling by five or six thousand.
"If we keep playing like that then the fans will come out.
"You talk about fans getting excited but hopefully we can keep producing the type of football that lets them do that."
Henri Anier gave Motherwell the lead after 40 seconds but Aberdeen were on top for most of the game after that with Niall McGinn hitting two second-half penalties either side of Reynolds' header.
But the former Scotland Under-21 defender cautioned that his old club would have been suffering from their Europa League trip to Russia.
"Motherwell are a completely different side from where they were last year," he said. "Even if you are bringing in quality for quality, it takes a while for that team to gel.
"Not to mention the trip they have just been on in Europe. I don't care how much you play that down, as a player I know. I have been there myself and it's hard, it takes a lot of legs out of you.
"When you have got an Aberdeen team with that much pace and energy, it's going to tire you out over 90 minutes.
"We are not going to get ahead of ourselves - it's only two games. It's a great result and we'll take a lot of confidence out of it but we need to keep building."
Motherwell manager Stuart McCall insisted his side would bounce back.
"If you want to write us off then that's good because I've got a good dressing room," he said.
"We are two games into the season. We have lost the first home game, which you don't want to do, but we will certainly not be lying down. We'll be back."