Kem wants to take it steady in survival quest.
Those that turned up to back the boys in the home win against Preston more than did their bit and Kem urged the supporters to offer up more of the same for this weekend's home double.
The U's recent points haul has been ably assisted by some fantastic support by their supporters.
"My ankle is getting better and better every day and the reports from the latest specialist have been positive so hopefully, I’ll be back in action to help the cause very soon."
"That work is going on every day on the training ground and the frustrating thing is that I cannot be a part of it at the moment.
Speaking in his programme notes this weekend, he said: "We don’t get too excited when we win because we know that there is still a lot of hard work to put in to keep us out of the bottom four.
Kem has watched on as the U's have collected nine points from their last five matches, but know that they can't afford to rest on their laurels as other teams around them win as well.
Club captain Kem Izzet thinks a calm and steady approach to the remaining games will serve the U's well as they aim to pull away from the lower reaches of the League One table.
He added: "You can all help the cause as well, by cheering the lads on as much as you can and making plenty of noise as we search for three more points.
"As I’ve said before, your support is much appreciated and does make a difference. Keep up the good work!"