Andy Whing happy with Oxford United turnaround

Andy Whing
Whing joined Oxford from Leyton Orient in the summer

Oxford United defender Andy Whing admits there has been a "great turnaround" in his relationship with the club's fans.

He won Oxford's player of the month for November and was man of the match in Saturday's win over Northampton after a tricky start to his U's career.

"It's been a great turnaround. I got a bit of abuse to start off," the 27-year-old told BBC Radio Oxford.

"I've got a bit more consistent and long may that continue."

The U's recorded their first win since 29 October with their 2-0 success over the Cobblers.

The former Coventry City and Brighton player says the club have benefited from their recent two-week break, having exited the FA Cup in the first round.

"We kept a clean sheet up at Morecambe which was a good result and I think we regrouped during the fortnight break," he continued.

"We needed a bit of time off and we've been fantastic since then, both in training and in games."

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