Caretaker manager Giuliano Grazioli took the positives from Barnet`s 2-2 draw with Oxford and looked back on a successful Easter weekend in their bid to beat the drop.
Barnet twice held the lead at Underhill through Clovis Kamdjo and Mark Hughes only to pegged back on each occasion by James Constable.
The draw means the Bees, who won at Gillingham on Saturday, are still in the bottom two with six points to play for, but just one adrift of Northampton and with a host of other sides within striking distance.
Grazioli said: "I can't ask for more than what I saw from the boys - they all put a shift in. We didn't create too many chances but I thought we worked hard and thoroughly deserved the draw, if not the three points.
"It feels like we lost the game because we were winning and results were going our way so I think that is why we feel a bit down - but you`ve got to take the positives out of the game.
"If someone had said you will get four points over the weekend, I would have ripped their hands off. Gillingham was a tough place to go and the weather has been really hot over the weekend."