Full-back ready to bounce back at Wednesday
VERSATILE full-back Liam Davis says Yeovil Town are aiming to end their sequence of bad results with victory at Sheffield Wednesday this weekend.
The Glovers will be attempting to halt a poor run which has seen them lose four Sky Bet Championship games in a row without scoring when they make the visit to Hillsborough.
And with Sheffield Wednesday one of many clubs who have been tipped to battle against relegation this season, Davis is confident of coming away from the match with all three points.
He said: "Three points is definitely going to be the aim. They're a team that's going to be around us in the league, so we're going to look at that as a game that we can potentially get three points from.
"We've shown that we can compete in the Championship. We've just got to tweak certain little things and try and get more goals on the board and I think we'll be fine."
Davis believes he has re-adjusted well to life as a Championship player after joining Yeovil following his release from League Two side Oxford United in the summer.
The 26-year-old - who also interested Championship rivals Birmingham City - has not played in the second tier since making six appearances for Coventry City in the 2007-8 season, but feels he has already settled in to life at Huish Park.
"It's been tough obviously stepping up from League 2 because it's going to be a lot more competitive in the Championship.
"The players a lot better compared to League 2 but I've coped well with it so far I've just got to make sure I carry on coping with it.
"I'm settling in really well. The boys have made me feel very welcome, the fans have been top quality and everyone's just made me feel very welcome here."
By Stephen D'Albiac