Keith Curle has no fresh injury concerns heading into the final home game of the season on Saturday.
“The players have had a couple of days off this week and they are looking really refreshed,” he said.
“We’ve looked at Yeovil and we will have a game plan, they are fighting for their professional status and we will respect that with our team selection.
“The attitude and application of the players has been very good and the work mode that we are in has been maintained.
“The players are not in holiday mode yet and they are still very much in work mode and I think that was in evidence on Monday.
“I didn’t think the scoreline at Bury necessarily reflected the general pattern of the game and had we got ourselves 2-0 up when we had the chance it could have been a different afternoon.
“We’ve been very competitive in a lot of games and it’s just those fine margins where at times we need that little bit more quality in key areas.
“I don’t think we’ve been outplayed by an opposition and the work rate, commitment and application has been good but in this division you find what costs you is not always a bit of brilliance from the opposition it’s a lapse in concentration.”