Yeovil boss Terry Skiverton insisted he had no complaints after seeing his patched-up side slip to a 2-0 defeat at leaders Brighton.
The Seagulls consolidated their place at the League One summit with a goal in each half from Glenn Murray and Inigo Calderon, stretching their unbeaten League run to 10 games.
Skiverton said: "It's never easy to have six players out against a top of the table team, and although I'm not happy with the result we did have a patched-up team.
"Our gameplan worked very well for 40 minutes and it could have been worse for us.
"The players who came in and the walking wounded did well."
Skiverton added: "We see things as a challenge and there are certainly no panic stations at Yeovil."