Yeovil manager Terry Skiverton refused to dwell on his side's stunning 5-1 win at promotion-chasing Leyton Orient after Shaun MacDonald's hat-trick eased their relegation fears.
Orient had Matthew Spring sent off for a dangerous tackle on Andrew Welsh and lost captain Stephen Dawson to injury in a first half that saw MacDonald help himself to three goals. Welsh and Dean Bowditch were also on target for Yeovil, while Dean Cox scored a late consolation goal for Orient.
Skiverton said: "Sometimes playing against 10 men can galvanise a team but we didn't allow that to happen.
"We're playing with confidence, our shape looks good and we're creating chances and you've seen here that when we take those chances we can score fours and fives.
"But we've still got a fight on our hands and I'm already thinking about a massive game at home on Tuesday night against Carlisle.
"We can't afford to let all our hard work count for nothing on Tuesday. We need to sharpen up on our home form."