As the Glovers head north for the second consecutive week, manager Darren Way knows there will be no complaints from his side.
Making the 660-mile round trip to Carlisle last weekend the green and whites will make the 550-mile journey to and from Morecambe this weekend.
Looking to extend their unbeaten run in Sky Bet League Two to five matches after the 1-0 win over the Cumbrians, Town head to the Globe Arena in buoyant mood.
Despite the long journey, Way doesn't anticipate any of the pre-match excitement to wear off.
"We have a no complain rule," he told iFollow Glovers. "The Carlisle trip was great, the bus journey was nice. We've got a new bus and thanks to Ridlers for that.
"The seats are comfy, the players have got mobile phones and we've got Sky (TV) to watch, so there's no frustration or complaining.
"Players went into that game with a concentration and focus to get three points and we want the same again."
After a run of three consecutive draws the Glovers picked up maximum points at Brunton Park last Saturday thanks to Tom James' last-ditch strike.
Now up to 12th in the table and within touching distance of the top seven, Town's boss is looking for more of the same from his side.
"We had a couple of one-v-ones that we could’ve done a little bit better with but having said that, one or two individuals are in outstanding form and I really appreciate their efforts.
"But what we've got to do now is be consistent and go to Morecambe and do that again.
"We always go to every game with confidence and belief but at the same time, it's about us and what we do.
"When we play well we win games and when we work hard we win games, so it's important we stick to those principles."