Gary Caldwell hopes City can build on the performance at Stevenage last weekend as they take on Cambridge United at the Abbey Stadium in the final game before Christmas.
The Grecians head to Cambridgeshire after they digging their heels in with ten men to gain a point at the Lamex Stadium last time out, with confidence high that they can arrest the run of 11 league games without a win.
"There has been a big uplift in positivity and confidence around the training ground. It was a huge effort last week," Gary said.
"We have to build on it and use it as a springboard for bigger and better things. The desire and the hunger is the minimum - that has the be in every game. And the quality we saw for the goal in the second half can come out. I saw things I hadn't seen this season.
"Cambridge has changed slightly under the new manager - they've had good results since Neil went in and his teams are always very hard to beat. It's up to use to go with the desirre and hunger that will get us that win going into the Christmas period."
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