Alex striker Shaun Miller says he & the team are desperate to make it back-to-back away wins after the 'boost' of the result at Stevenage at the weekend.
Miller started on Saturday & impressed with his all-action display, & he admitted he's starting to feeling more like himself & a niggling knee injury plagued his start to the season.
Shaun said: “That win at Stevenage gave us all a boost & we want to go to Yeovil now & do it again.
“To come back from two games on the road in quick succession with six points would be brilliant & we’ll then go into our next two home games full of confidence.
“It was frustrating getting an injury in pre-season which niggled away and hampered me.
“It was one of those things you try to get through, but it was affecting me and it became apparent that I needed to get it sorted.
“So I had an injection and it felt good at the weekend. Hopefully that should be the end of that and I can crack on as normal.
“Fitness-wise, I’ve managed to maintain it. I think missing those few games helped me in a way, and I felt good at Stevenage. I had energy at the end of the game which is a massive positive.
“I know the goals will come, I was close a couple of times at the weekend, but for me the main thing is the team getting the wins.
“I’m not worried about it, but I’d like to chip in sooner rather than later.”