ELLIOTT Moore says Oxford United’s cup runs are keeping everyone in the squad happy.

After securing their progress to the Emirates FA Cup third round on Saturday, Karl Robinson’s men are now refocusing on the Leasing.com Trophy.

They visit Exeter City tomorrow night bidding to make it 17 games unbeaten by reaching the last 16.

United are incredibly still in all the knockout competitions, with tomorrow night’s clash their tenth cup fixture of the campaign.

That volume of games has offered the likes of Moore, who has started just four league matches so far, plenty of chances to stay sharp.

The centre back is likely to come into the side in Devon and believes the regular chances to feature has made everyone feel a part of the terrific run.

He said: “The squad depth we’ve got is unbelievable at the minute.

“Because the people who aren’t playing in the league are playing in the cups and we’re still in all of them, so we must be doing something right.

“There’s not much that people can say about anyone in the team.

“There’s no A team or B team at the minute because everyone’s doing their part.”

The Trophy is much maligned, but while United will make changes against the Grecians, they do not want to let their unbeaten run go lightly.

First team coach Derek Fazackerley is in no mood to prioritise one competition over another.

He said: “I don’t think you can pick and choose the cups you want to dip out of really.

“I think you’ve got to accept things as they are, try to win each game and see where it takes you.

“We have a very difficult League Cup tie coming up against Manchester City and we might not have a great deal of choice as to whether we want to win or lose that game.

“I don’t think we can pick and choose, we’ve just got to go with the strongest team we possibly can with the idea of winning the game and see where it takes us.”

United’s main injury concern ahead of tomorrow night is over Simon Eastwood.

The goalkeeper required treatment following a collision in Saturday’s FA Cup victory at Walsall.

He completed the game, but it has been sore since and was being assessed yesterday.