OXFORD United boss Karl Robinson wants the feelgood factor to continue at the Kassam Stadium.

Tuesday night’s 4-2 win over Rochdale saw the U’s move further clear of the Sky Bet League One relegation zone.

And it was the first time since 2003 that United had recorded four successive home Football League victories.

With Robinson’s side still without an away win, the form at the Kassam Stadium has been crucial to their climb off the bottom of the table.

The U’s head coach is proud of his players’ efforts and, with the likes of Ricky Holmes, Tony McMahon and Samir Carruthers still to return from injury, he hopes there are more good times ahead.

Robinson said: “We’ve got some really big players who are still unavailable to this squad.

“We’ve built a nice little team, but we’re still very thin on the bone.

“It’s the first time in a long while that the club have won four consecutive Football League games.

“So we’re really pleased and it’s something we’ll enjoy before we face Plymouth (in the FA Cup).”

Positivity at the Kassam Stadium seemed a long way off two months ago.

Shots were fired at a fans’ forum, with owner Sumrith ‘Tiger’ Thanakarnjanasuth telling supporters the club’s relationship with stadium company Firoka had become fraught.

Managing director Niall McWilliams also revealed the U’s were looking at alternative venues for the short, medium and long term.

With tensions between the two parties running high, landlord Firoz Kassam admitted the relationship had reached an all-time low.

However, United director Zaki Nuseibeh recently flew to Monaco to talk to the stadium owner about the ongoing issues.

He and Thanakarnjanasuth have both said the club have been encouraged by the discussions.

And with results on the pitch also on the up, Robinson believes it has been a collective effort to turn things around.

He said: “The fans have been unreal here.

“Zaki, Tiger, Niall and the board are working hard at Mr Kassam to make this a better relationship going forward.

“I think we’ve got to have some sort of harmony in relation to the fact this is Oxford United’s home for the foreseeable future.

“So all the moaning I do and all the other stuff that goes with it – the rights, the wrongs – we’re here and we have to do best with what we have.

“I’ve always said a football club is not built on bricks and mortar or the grass that they play on.

“It’s built with the human beings that walk inside your stadium and the people who come and support us.”