After a 3-0 win over Italian Andrea Borgato, Davies admitted he found that the home support spurred him on, saying: 'I use it all for my own advantage, there's no disadvantage with a crowd like that.
'Even if you are tired, it makes no difference, you can't feel any pain, you can't feel anything. It's just unbelievable, I was superman out there.'
Davies got safely through his preliminary round match in three straight sets against the current Italian number one and now faces Beijing gold medallist, Austria's Andreas Vevera in the next round.
A win against the current Paralympic champion would secure him a place in the semi-final.
On how he'll prepare for his crucial next match, he said: 'For me I just go back to the training hall, start working on his [Borgato's] tactics, his style of play, his serves. I basically get my head round it, get over this one as well.'