Rochdale make the long trip to Essex this weekend to face Colchester United in the final game of the 2015-16 campaign.
“I think the supporters would appreciate those efforts and it would bode well for the summer.”
This week, Colchester, who have been relegated to League 2, announced the appointment of John McGreal as first-team coach following the departure of Kevin Keen.
And with the U’s having secured a point against Barnsley last weekend, Beech is taking nothing for granted. He’s expecting a difficult game.
“It’s not going to be easy because they’ve picked up and they’ve got a new manager. They’ve got some outstanding individual players and our players aware of that. It’s also Colchester’s last home game.
“I don’t think their retained/ released list has been formulated so it might be the last chance saloon for some of their players to impress the new manager.
“But we’ve got to look after ourselves. We’ve got to go there, be professional and give everything we can for our supporters, for our club, and most importantly, for ourselves.
“I often talk about that three point feeling.
“There’s a buzz amongst the corridors when you get into winning ways and I want that three point feeling to be celebrated on Sunday night.