Darren Way understands the frustrations of the supporters following the club’s recent run of form, but maintains the belief his side aren’t far off stringing a run of wins together.
The Glovers have drawn seven times in their last 11 Sky Bet League Two matches - three of which have seen Town succumb to late goals.
Small margins have cost Yeovil more wins in that sequence but Way believes the club have made progress this season.
He told YTFC’s official YouTube channel: “I’ve been involved at the football club over the past three years where we’ve been losing every week.
“That’s not the case now - we’ve had three losses in 11 games.
“But there is a frustration that this group has been so close to winning more matches than what we’ve drawn. We're disappointed with seven draws.”
He continued: “We are working with limited resources and we are trying to build the football club back up.
“This time last year we were on 26 points and now we’re on 38. We’re trying to get stability off the pitch and I think we’ve made small improvements but I can understand the supporters’ frustrations.
“I still trust the group and they’ve been working extremely hard this week.”
Town travel to Meadow Lane on Saturday to take on a Notts County side who have climbed from 23rd to 20th under Kevin Nolan's guidance.
With 14 games left of campaign, Way feels teams will start to adopt different styles, like the Magpies have, in a bid to stay above the drop zone.
“When you get to the busy end of the season it’s no risk football,” he said.
“The ball is getting played from back to front, quick and early, and you’ve got to be able to compete and deal with the physical aspects of that.
“You have to be physically and mentally prepared to deal with the battle and that’s one thing I’ll be looking for (on Saturday).”