Yeovil Town defender Jake Wannell spoke to the official Glovers’ YouTube after the side’s 2-0 win over Tonbridge angels, a game which gave his side their first clean sheet of the season.

“It’s been a long time coming, that clean sheet, so over the moon with it, we can just concentrate on Monday now.
It’s unheard of to have four home games of the bat and we feel like we’ve given (the fans) a nice little send off before we go away on Monday.”

The clean sheet was something that the Manager had targeted before the game, with the former Taunton Town man saying that there had been a bit of a quiet word about making sure the defence weren’t breached.

“Mark (Cooper) actually pulled the back four into the office before the game and said ‘look we need to keep a clean sheet for once’ and ‘tighten up’ basically and that’s what we did…It’s unbelievable, the boys have been brilliant, it’s a dream job, and yeah, we can go again on Monday, 

It’s brilliant (to play at Huish Park) but we need Staunts to win the toss for once so we can actually kick towards the home fans.”

As for Monday, there’s no secret to what the players will be doing on Sunday, training is scheduled before the Bank Holiday trip to Havant, Wannell says it’s just about going again.

“Its a 4G pitch, which can make a difference, but we’re in (on Sunday) rest, recover and repeat basically.

I just take every game as it comes, stick to the plan and hopefully we get the wins. “

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