Date: 4th February 2016 at 10:01am
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Darren Way was appointed to turn around the Yeovil fortunes as the struggles of recent years continued under Paul Sturrock, who was eventually relieved of his duties last year with Way named as the permanent boss at Huish Park in December.

A victory at the weekend was almost followed up by another at Luton, with this one-one draw still moving Yeovil four-points clear of the bottom two and, which seemed highly unlikely until recently, with a genuine chance of staying in the Football League.

Way has admitted to the BBC as much as he hoped for improvement and the type of reaction seen with only one defeat in his nine-matches in charge he wasn’t expecting it so soon.

‘For where the team was before to where it is now I think everyone can see the difference. I didn’t expect it to happen so soon. It’s been six weeks now and I think the effort that the players have put in over a short period of time has been phenomenal. That’s not just come from me, that’s come from opposition managers, supporters, so things are looking good.’

Things have picked up, and are looking better, but the last thing he wants anyone to do is to start to get carried away, if that happens then complacency shown could be shown.

Momentum building is something he added he wants to keep going.

‘It’s important we don’t become complacent and everyone keeps working towards that objective, and that’s to keep that momentum going.’


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