OXFORD City get back to their league campaign tomorrow for the first time since making headlines in the Emirates FA Cup.

David Oldfield’s side excelled in front of the BT Sport cameras on Monday night, knocking out Northampton Town 2-1.

They will take on another Sky Bet League One side in the second round, after being drawn away to Shrewsbury Town.

But in between there are four Vanarama National League South fixtures, starting at Havant & Waterlooville tomorrow.

City boss Oldfield is determined his side do not take their eye off the ball.

He said: “It certainly has been busier than normal this week, that’s safe to say.

“It’s been really good to be able to say to various media outlets how well the players have done.

“But we have to put it behind us, forget about it and get on with the next one.

“That (FA Cup) game was so important to us, but it was days ago and we have right on our horizon a really tough game against Havant & Waterlooville.

“We have to be completely and absolutely focused on the big challenge ahead.”

The two teams are only separated by goal difference, after Havant beat Dulwich Hamlet 3-1 on Wednesday night.

The Hampshire club are also still in the FA Cup and after watching a stream of their midweek victory, Oldfield is well aware of the threats they will pose.

He said: “We are wherever we are in the league, but we are certainly not at the top.

“There are teams with big ambitions around us and we need to get our heads down.

“There’s no bigger challenge for us than going to Havant on Saturday.”

“We have to bring it out to the front of our minds and make sure we’re focused.

“Havant are certainly one of the best teams in our league.

“For us to go away there is a really big challenge.”