OXFORD United must stick to what got them a result last weekend when AFC Wimbledon visit today, James Henry has urged.

A 4-1 win at Peterborough United emphatically halted a run of three straight defeats for Pep Clotet’s side.

But the winger is aware they cannot afford to get carried away if the U’s want to climb back into the top half of the Sky Bet League One table.

He said: “The result was excellent but that’s all it was – one good game.

“We want to kick on and build another good run.

“What helps that is all being there as a team together and pulling in the right direction.

“We don’t want to start getting cocky because we’ve had one good win.

“That’s all it is. We’ve now got to produce it against Wimbledon.

“You give yourself a day to think ‘we’ve done well’ and then after that you’ve got to be thinking ‘how can we do that again?’ “In the same way as you can’t dwell on a big defeat, you can’t dwell on a big win either.

“You back it up by performing week-in, week-out and nine times out of ten if you perform like that you’re going to win.”

United had a superb record against Wimbledon, until last season.

A run of ten wins and two draws from the first dozen meetings was followed by the Londoners completing the league double over Michael Appleton’s men.

They struggled to deal with the Dons’ physicality, but Clotet believes this season has seen them tweak the approach, which bears similarity to United’s last league opponents at home, who won 2-1.

He said: “They will (look to) do a similar display to Walsall, with not much space in the middle of the park to play.

“Our players have to be focused, especially the midfielders, to be able to beat them individually and then put our stamp on the game.

“When it comes to them going forward, they are really strong out wide and they have really good runs in behind.

“I expect them to be very mobile and aggressive when attacking our back line.

“I do think they are trying to play a little bit more on the ground this season, which makes them a little bit stronger in certain parts of the game.”