Luton Town's interim boss Mick Harford praised the first team squad for their 'self-management' as they took another step closer to possible promotion from SkyBet EFL League One.
Saturday's (January 19) 4-0 demolition of regional rivals Peterborough was the Hatters' third game since Nathan Jones' switch to Stoke City.
But Harford said he's done little to change things as Luton closed the gap behind leaders Portsmouth to a single point.
A James Collins hat-trick followed by Luke Berry's first goal since February 2018 secured the Hatters' victory at Kenilworth Road.
Peterborough played for more a than an hour with ten men after Ryan Tafazolli was shown a red card for a sliding challenge on Andrew Shinnie.
Mick Harford reacts to Luton Town's big win over Peterborough
Peterborough manager Steve Evans chose not to speak with ITV News Anglia after the game, but told the club's official website they would be appealing the red card decision.
Posh were 1-0 down when Tafazolli was dismissed by referee David Coote.
Cambridge United Head Coach Colin Calderwood praised his players for their determination to seek a win over regional rivals Northampton in SkyBet EFL League Two.
United were trailing 2-1 midway through the second half, having missed a penalty. But George Raft's header brought them level before David Amoo scored a dramatic stoppage time winner.
That's three straight wins for Cambridge, but they remain five points above the League Two drop zone.
Meanwhile it's just one win in seven league games for the Cobblers' who are just a point clear of Cambridge in 16th spot.
They led twice through goals from Aaron Pierre and Junior Morias, sandwiching Jevanni Brown's equaliser for the hosts.
Colin Calderwood reaction after Cambridge United's narrow win over Northampton Town.
Keith Curle, speaking on Northampton Town's official website, described the defeat at Cambridge as 'a learning curve'