Cobblers boss Keith Curle says that while he is encouraged by recent performance, there is still plenty to work on ahead of Saturday’s home game against unbeaten Forest Green Rovers, kick-off 2pm.
“We did the basics right at Oxford but winning one game doesn’t mean there is a platform in place and we are still laying down the foundations,” he said.
“There is a framework in place but we still need to earn the right to play the free flowing attacking football that we want.
“We are still putting the building blocks in place and once we have done that we can become a little more introcate.
“We want the supporters to be a part of what we are trying to do and hopefully they will enjoy coming on board with us.
“We want to include them on the journey we’re on and the more people who get on board the wave then the longer you can ride it.”
Daniel Powell is meanwhile to be assessed ahead of Saturday’s game after being forced off against Oxford United in the second half on Tuesday. Leon Barnett, Ash Taylor and Junior Morias remain unavailable for selection.