Johnson wants players to think big
Yeovil manager Gary Johnson says his players need to "think bigger" if they are going to overcome the better sides this season.
Yeovil slumped to a 4-2 defeat at home to Premier League side West Brom in the second round of the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night. Having taken the lead after 15 minutes thanks to Reuben Reid's opener, the Glovers were overrun by their Premier League opposition with Shane Long netting a brace. Johnson's men currently top the npower League One table, and the manager is hoping they can transfer the experience from the defeat into their league performances. He said: "If you're going to lose you'd prefer to lose to a Premier League side but I want them to think bigger and more positively when we come up against the better teams. "We're going to come up against better sides in League One, so this was a little test. "Saturday is another huge game against Doncaster. It's as big as this game because it's important to get to 10 points at this stage of the season."