The Glovers are currently six games unbeaten in the league having seen off Colchester United 2-1 at Huish Park last time out.
Goals from Tahvon Campbell and Francois Zoko ensured Yeovil picked up their fourth win in six matches, moving them up the second in the league’s form table.
Speaking to YTFC’s official YouTube account, Way was complimentary of his side’s recent achievements.
“(Getting into the play-offs) would be a great achievement for the players because they’re the ones who have taken ownership and responsibility.
“They’ve shown a never-say-die attitude; they never give up and at the moment I don’t think there’s anything this group can’t achieve.
“Having said that, it can all change within one game. We have to make sure we stay humble, stay hard-working and remain positive.”
The Glovers entertain Crawley Town at Huish Park on tomorrow night (Tuesday), with Dermot Drummy’s side looking to end a run of six League Two games without a win.
However, despite the Reds recent form, Way is wary of the challenge ahead.
“I watched their game against Mansfield and I thought they started the first ten minutes really well,” said Way.
“They’ve been a bit unfortunate with some of the goals they’ve conceded.
“Dermot will make sure his team are ready. Colchester gave every they’ve got, even with the position they’re in, because of what is at stake in League Two. Every three points is massive.”
With kick-off on Tuesday night at 7.45pm, fans can purchase tickets for the match online or via the Huish Park Ticket Office either in person or by phone on 01935 847888.