Darren Way expects a reaction from his players against Plymouth Argyle following Saturday’s disappointing defeat to Doncaster Rovers.
The Sky Bet League Two leaders scored three goals for the fourth match in a row, inflicting just a second home defeat since October on the hosts.
Glovers boss Way praised the Yorkshire outfit’s attacking prowess and says his side will remain united and look to put a few wrongs to rights when second-placed Plymouth visit Huish Park on Tuesday night (7.45pm).
“We knew it was going to be a tough game and they’ve been scoring goals for fun,” he told YTFC’s official YouTube channel.
“I think their front three have a lot of quality and it takes unbelievable concentration to keep them quiet.
“Unfortunately, they scored another three goals against us which we’re disappointed with.”
He added: “We know the League Two level is tough. We’ve got to make sure we stay strong and stick together.
“We know what we’re working with, we know where we want to get to and we know it’s going to take time.
“Are the players showing commitment and do they care? I have to say they do.
“We came up against a good team and we have to respect that. I expect a really good reaction going into the game on Tuesday.
“We have to make sure we prepare right and somehow after a 3-0 defeat draw strength and confidence, and get back to where we were.”