Ryan Dickson is looking to build on Town’s current home form when Cheltenham Town visit Huish Park on Saturday (3pm).
The Glovers have won both of their matches in Somerset so far this season with impressive displays against Accrington Stanley and Coventry City.
Former Southampton man Dickson praised his side’s attacking intent and believes if they tighten up at the other end, another three points will be picked up.
“At home we’re obviously a massive threat,” he told iFollow Glovers.
“We’ve had two strong performances which is encouraging and we can build on them.
“Attacking wise we don’t have to worry about other teams’ weaknesses.
“Going forward we have those threats and we know if we keep a clean sheet, we’re always going to score and create chances.
“If we win it’s won three, lost three so it’s not too bad form. We just want to keep winning and find some consistency.“
A former team-mate of Dickson’s could line-up for Cheltenham this weekend.
Kevin Dawson spent four years with the Green and Whites, becoming good friends with the left-back but Dickson insists all that will go out the window come kick-off.
“I know Daws well and played against him a lot before I even came to Yeovil,” he said.
“He’s a good friend of mine and we get on well but he isn’t going to win so that’s okay!
“I wish him all the best because he’s a good lad but come Saturday I don’t wish him all the best at all.”
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