Boss wants players to keep up good form.
In his four games in charge so far, Tony's team has picked up five points with three clean sheets along the way - and the performances in those four games have raised hopes of a climb up the League One table in the coming weeks.
U's boss Tony Humes wants his side to show more of the same on Saturday, as they head to Crewe Alexandra.
"It's a compliment to us, but we now have to be clever enough to try and break them down."
Tony's team have played with an attacking freedom in the matches to date and have created a host of chances in their quest to pull clear of the bottom four.
But the three clean sheets have also shown a strong spirit not to be easily opened up at the other end of the pitch.
"But the biggest thing we have instilled is making ourselves harder to beat. We go into every game with that in mind and understand if we build from that, it gives us an opportunity in games.
He explained: "We have been keen to give the players confidence and belief to to go out and play.
"They've bought into it and three clean sheets in four.
"The players have been really good at it so far and we are pleased how they've approached the games."