Yeovil Town manager Darren Way has praised the positivity around Huish Park following the crucial 1-0 win over York City at the weekend.Scott Dolan's strike from the penalty spot was enough to earn the Glovers a first victory in 17 Sky Bet League 2 games, and lift them above York in the standings.
The club still remain in the relegation places, but trail 22nd-placed Dagenham & Redbridge by just two points.
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Way was delighted to see his side come through a 'must-win' match, and hopes the win can provide momentum for upcoming fixtures.
“It feels very good. I told the lads that we had beaten Stevenage and drew against Barnet and Oxford, so I've not focused on what everyone else was talking about, that's doom and gloom," he told ytfc.net.
“This club needs to be positive, and that's what I'm trying to get across to the players, and they're giving everything they've got.
“We had to score that goal, you can imagine people's reactions if that didn't go in, so fair play to him [Dolan] he stepped up nice and confident, and was very positive.
“I think the players deserve it off the back of the hard period and it was a must-win game.”