Max Hunt in action against King’s Lynn at Huish Park.
Picture courtesy of Mike Kunz.

Following Yeovil Town’s 2-0 win over Woking on Tuesday night, defender Max Hunt spoke to Sheridan Robins from BBC Somerset.

The centre back said that the sides righted a few wrongs from previous performances which hadn’t seen the points secured despite decent showings.

“Coming away from Grimsby on Saturday, the fans there, and all of us would have seen that we did a lot of things right, but there’s just a few things missing in both boxes. We went into it tonight knowing it was important to start fast, and getting an early goal was massive”

“Going on and getting that second, which we haven’t done much much this season, takes the pressure off and allows us to focus on keeping that clean sheet which was even more important.

Much like the first half, the second started with a goal, something which helped calm the nerves of players and fans alike.

“We knew it was important to come out the 2nd half and start it well like we did the first, and it’s a good team goal; Charlie (Wakefield) is looking like a threat down that side and brilliant for Knowlesy, he’s deserved it, he’s worked hard and had a difficult start and now he’s got his first he’ll be up and running”

The former Carlisle man also spoke of his central defensive partnership with Josh Staunton who not only pairs with him on the pitch, but at home as well.

“I live with him, I can’t get away from him, play together, now live together… we’ve got a great relationship on and off the pitch and I think it’s been showing, we’ve been putting some good work in and to get the rewards tonight is enjoyable”

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