Manager Looks Ahead To Yeovil Town
Paul Ince says Yeovil Town are not a side to be taken for granted, as their result against Watford on Saturday proves.
Although currently in the relegation zone, Gary Johnson's side have also beaten Nottingham Forest since securing promotion to The Championship in May.
The Seasiders will face The Glovers for the first time since 2007 tomorrow night, with the manager keen to stress that there will be no room for complacency.
"That just sums up The Championship to be fair. In a way, I'm actually glad they beat Watford because it means that we can't go down there and think that we can take them lightly. They'll be buzzing," Ince said.
The squad travelled down for the fixture today, in order to provide the best preparation for such a long journey.
"I'm disappointed about the journey because having to go to Yeovil on a Tuesday night is not right. We went to Bournemouth on a Saturday and then Millwall on a Tuesday," the manager said.
"It'll be a tough, tough game - they beat Forest at home 3-1. We'll just go again and see where it takes us. It's a long journey back if you don't get anything. I know we've got a few fans going down there so hopefully we can send them back happy."
As Jack Robinson prepares to return from suspension for the game at Huish Park, Barry Ferguson could be named on the bench after resuming training.