Darren Way believes concentration and a clinical touch will see Town go on a winning run in Sky Bet League Two.
The Glovers came away from Wycome Wanderers, who haven’t lost since October, with a share of the spoils courtesy of Kevin Dawson’s penalty.
In fact, Yeovil led thanks to the Irishman’s spot kick before Joe Jacobson levelled the scores with a penalty of his own at the other end.
Way’s side became just the third team to take a point off the Chairboys since they embarked on their 11-game unbeaten run, but the Glovers manager wants more.
“I said it’s going to be a month that’s difficult but also one we’re looking forward to.”
Yeovil are now six games without a win in League Two, but Way feels concentration and a clinical touch are key if fortunes are to turn.
When asked how Yeovil turn draws into victories, he said: “By being a bit more clinical and our concentration levels have to be huge.
“You think of the Accrington game (1-1) we just switched off for a split second, the Carlisle game (2-1) there was a set-play where we switched off and against Wycombe, we’re 1-0 up and we make a mistake.
“That’s football, but I expect the players to not make the same mistake twice, to keep improving and keep believing.”