Macclesfield's Ross Draper insists his side are in buoyant mood ahead of Saturday's trip to fellow strugglers Barnet.
The Silkmen came from two goals down at half-time to beat Oxford 3-2 last weekend thanks to a brace from Paul Bolland and a strike from Matt Hamshaw.
Boss Gary Simpson responded to the success by giving his men Monday and Tuesday off, further boosting spirits as they prepare to face the Bees.
Midfielder Draper said: "A few of the lads have been home to see families and had a good rest so we've all come back bright and raring to go.
"There was a great atmosphere with a lot of jokes and banter flying around, and because of the break we were training at a good, high tempo and everyone is looking forward to going down to Barnet and building on the win."