With the games coming thick and fast, Yeovil manager Darren Sarll has been delighted with his sides ability to pick up results.
With the Glovers sitting in third, Sarll’s men have picked up just 8 losses, and by contrast won on fifteen occasions.
Speaking to YTTV about his side’s consistency, the Gaffer said;
“We have only incurred eight losses in the season so far, and three of those in August. I’d like to think we are one of the consistent sides.
“What gives me great encouragement is the goalkeeper is playing well, another one through the door, and Nels (Stuart Nelson) working hard to get back, alongside four very fabulous forwards.
“Whatever two of the four that play will give us real strength and real quality. Having Murph (Rhys Murphy) available will give him an extra motivation to right his wrongs. I know he was unfortunate, but he will feel, because he is a decent lad, like he owes us one. A highly motivated Murphy, is a threat to anyone.”
Looking ahead, the Glovers travel to the Kingfield Stadium to face Alan Dowson’s Woking.
Speaking on the upcoming game, the Gaffer said;
“They’re all tough, no matter where you go, what their position is, what their form is, especially when they have good people in charge.
“They played Tuesday night in a county cup game where he was able to rest a few and play those that he felt needed to play.
“At the moment, I think playing away from home suits us. The quality of pitch away is a better standard, so it allows us to play better football, but there is still fifteen really tough games to go.”