U's boss knows the task in hand.
The U's slipped into the bottom four on the back of their defeat against Scunthorpe last time out at the Weston Community Stadium, and Joe believes that has only increased his side's desire to kick start their season and get back up the table.
U's boss Joe Dunne says he and his team have a real focus on the task in hand, as they look to move away from trouble in League One.I feel if the mindset is right, we will be fine. If we're going to get out of it, we're going to need to do it together. In terms of the squad, I want everyone to chip in between now and the end of the season.
"That's our aim, is to stay safe and that has our full focus. Dropping into the bottom four puts everything into perspective, and we know now that the only way to look is up.
"We need to get out of it and that sort of challenge gives you focus, when you know exactly what you have to do.
He said: "If we are to get to the end of the season and be safe for next season, I am pleased with the shape of the squad.
Whilst content with those players at his disposal, it may be that the U's manager does venture into the transfer market again before the transfer window closes.
Joe has had a busy January, signing seven players as he looks to bring together the group of players that can lift the U's out of and away from the bottom four.