Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth says he is targeting a top-half finish after Joel Grant's brilliant winner at the Kassam Stadium.
Grant struck the only goal, his 10th of the season, with a magnificent solo effort in the 19th minute. It meant Wycombe moved to just a point behind Oxford in the middle of the npower League Two table.
"I believe we can finish top half, and if we did, that would be a fantastic achievement for everyone at Wycombe, when you consider we were bottom of the league in November," Ainsworth said.
"We did exactly as we set out to do. Oxford threw a few difficult formations at us during the game, and we had to react.
"We looked really strong, and it was a fantastic goal from Joel - out of this world. Joel Grant's a match winner, I've always said that. But what I liked was his tracking back and his defensive work as well.
"We're nowhere near the finished article yet, I know that, but I'm just really enjoying working hard to improve us, and am enjoying learning so much all the time."
Ainsworth said the support of the Wycombe fans, who were in good voice throughout the match, helped inspire his team.
He said: "Before the game I saw 15 fans who had walked all the way to Oxford from Wycombe and raised £4,000 for the club.
"I told the players that as well, that there were fans who had walked all the way from Wycombe to support them, and that's some distance. The fans, the team, the players
- we are one Wycombe at the moment and it's a great feeling."