2nd March 2017
The Glovers lost 5-2 at Kenilworth Road in the quarter-finals but were without eight first-team players due to injury, ineligibility and suspension.
However, now with virtually a full squad to pick from, Way isn’t expecting a repeat result later today.
Speaking to YTFC’s official YouTube channel, he said: “I think we look at the last match and say it was probably the most understrength we’ve been in terms of team selection.
“We had players missing and they went full-force against.
“We’ve got to make sure we play with passion, desire and out work them. That’s what has made this football club successful.
“That’s how we’ve got to the top of leagues – by sheer determination and work rate.
“I feel that’s something that’s a given with this team and is something that has to remain on Saturday for us to pick up three points.”
Yeovil have drawn their last two home games after the impressive victory against Plymouth Argyle at the end of January and have come away with a point from nine of their last 15 games.
A statistic Way is keen to address, starting this weekend.
“We have to make sure we win games,” he said. “We need to look at that on Saturday.
“The last home game we won against Plymouth was a very good game. Unfortunately, we then drew two games where we were that close to winning.
“We have to just focus on our performance and if we get it right, like at the start of the season, then we will win games.”
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