Midfielder Dale Gorman says the performance in a 3-0 win away at Stockport County was down to the structure which has been drilled in to the team by its coaching staff.
The Northern Irishman, who joined from Glentoran in the summer, was at the heart of the performance against an expensively-assembled opposition, but insisted that he believes his team-mates can put in performances against any side.
Speaking to BBC Somerset reporter Sheridan Robins after the game, he said: “I don’t think it matters who we were playing today, I think we won today because we were well-structured and everything we learnt (in training) in the week manifested itself well.
“My form comes from the staff, it is drilled in to us every day and when you win like we have today it makes it that bit sweeter.
“The staff have been drilling us since Day One, we look organised, we look fit and it is starting to show now game by game.
“We know the calibre of player that Stockport has, but it is about players like me and a few of the other players using our experience. I don’t think that fazed any of us and today we were bang on it.
“We showed today how good we are and how together we are and it is good to get another win.”
Gorman has struck up an impressive relationship with Josh Staunton in the middle of the park and said that his team-mates had made his integration in to the squad an easy one.
He said: “The changing room is one of the easiest I have walked in to, sometimes that can be quite tough for a player.
“But we have some good players and some experienced players and when you join all that together, you have seen what we can do as a team today.”