Martin Allen may have got Barnet's `great escape' under way - but he is more concerned with with putting smiles back on faces at Underhill.
The new Bees boss has picked up four points from two games since taking over from Paul Fairclough, including a vital 4-1 win over nearest rivals Burton on Saturday.
"It's a massive ask," he said. "But I promise you survival is not my goal.
"All I want is for them to play well, enjoy playing and do something good for the club and the supporters.
"What matters most to me is that we bring some happiness back to the club because it's been a horrid time."