Now we must keep on climbing, says Yeovil Town boss Skiverton
Yeovil Town manager Terry Skiverton has set his sights on passing clubs above him after the Glovers registered their first win in almost three months.
The Huish Park hosts built on Saturday's goalless draw at Plymouth Argyle to defeat MK Dons 1-0 in npower League One yesterday.
The Glovers are still five points from safety, but victory saw them climb to third from bottom after starting 2011 at the foot of the table.
Skiverton said: "It is another bit for this momentum to reel in another one. Again, the mindset is different. We are in one of those cross-country runs and we found ourselves at the back for whatever reason.
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"Now it is that one where you latch on to the next one and now we are looking at Bristol Rovers and teams that are above us to see if we can pass them.
"We are not a bottom of the league club where everything is doom and gloom, we are not a club that is going into administration and we are not a club where nobody is turning up and everybody is having a go at the way we play.
"We are not a club like that, we are a club where things have conspired against us, the results have not gone for us, we have not taken chances and there have been missed opportunities that we needed to take. Today we took an opportunity and we will move on."
Millwall goalkeeper John Sullivan and Swansea City midfielder Shaun MacDonald both return to their parent clubs today after completing loan spells at Yeovil Town.
Dutch defender Stefan Stam has been told he no longer figures in Skiverton's plans, while Jean Paul Kalala is now suspended for four games after receiving a red card for raising a hand to MK Dons' Michael McIndoe yesterday.
However, stoppers Stephen Henderson and Richard Martin are expected to complete deals to return to Yeovil, and should be joined by Bath City midfielder Alex Russell and an unknown striker.