It took an own goal to settle a scrappy West Country derby at Huish Park on Saturday and it left the Glovers still looking for their first victory since the opening day of the League One season.
Although the football never produced real quality, no-one could deny that both teams gave everything in terms of commitment.
Wilson, who finished the match in the grandstand after an altercation with the fourth official said: "These sort of games are never matches for the purest but I was pleased with my team. We knew it was going to be tough down here.
"We passed the ball reasonably well especially in the second half and I think the score could have been more emphatic. At the other end the defence did well and I don't think my keeper David Lucas had a real shot to save.
"I would have liked the score line to have been more emphatic but we've got the three points and you can't ask for more than that. And there was also another clean sheet for us."