Otis Khan is confident more goals will come for both himself and the team as the season progresses.
Town are sat just two points off the play-offs in Sky Bet League Two having gone six games unbeaten in the league, but are amongst the lowest scorers in the division.
However, with six cleansheets in the league and nine in all competitions, the Glovers winger is adamant wins are more important.
“It doesn’t matter where goals come from,” Khan told YTFC’s official YouTube channel.
“Winning games is the most important thing, if anyone scores and wins the game we’re all happy.”
The 21-year-old is Yeovil’s fifth top scorer this season with three goals in all competitions, but the former Manchester United youngster is keen to add more goals to his game.
“You can never be too satisfied with how many goals you’ve got. It’s something I want to get into my game more but I think that will come.
“It’s more important for the team than myself. Obviously, I’ve set myself goals to score goals but if someone else pops up and scores and we win the game I’m more than happy because that’s the main objective.”
Darren Way’s side travel to Accrington Stanley on Saturday looking to once again close the gap on the play-offs after Tuesday’s match against Crawley Town was postponed at Huish Park.
Tickets are available to purchase on the day at the Crown Ground, but fans can still purchase them online or by calling the Huish Park Ticket Office on 01935 847888.