Oxford United boss Chris Wilder hails commitment

Oxford United boss Chris Wilder feels his players' effort and commitment rather than a change in formation were the major factors behind their 2-0 victory over Northampton on Saturday.

The U's shuffled their side and goals from James Constable and Danny Rose secured a first home win since August.

That result put United two points off leaders Chesterfield and Wilder is keen for his players to get the credit.

"Systems and formations don't play a part," Wilder told BBC Radio Oxford.

"They don't play a part if you don't work hard, compete and pass the ball.

"We needed a home victory, played well, it was deserved and I am delighted for the players and supporters."