PETER JACKSON can't wait for the double header against Bradford and Forest and today told his players: "I'm proud of every single one of you!"
Jackson was delighted with three points at Yeovil to leapfrog Southend and stand toe-to-toe with leaders Swansea.
"We've got a wonderful group of lads at this club and, when we needed them to defend with their lives on Saturday, they all stood up to be counted," said Jackson today.
"I'm proud of every single one of them because that win is one of the biggest results of our season.
"To take three points off one of the form teams of the division on their own patch is the perfect way for us to go into these two big home games against Bradford and Forest.
"The lads are really looking forward to those already. It's terrific."
Jackson added: "It was hard work, but we showed a lot of character. We didn't make life easy for ourselves and it was like the Alamo, but we came through a very tough test.
"In the first half we played some great stuff and the lead was deserved. In the second half we rode our luck a bit, but we held our heads high in a bruising encounter."
Jackson was angry about Mark Hudson's red card.
"It was very harsh," he said. "It wasn't a malicious or vicious tackle and it was a poor performance by the referee in my opinion."