Yeovil Town striker Sam Williams is confident that the Glovers will not be involved in a relegation battle this season. Plenty of bookies tipped Yeovil for relegation, whilst there were many national newspapers putting the Glovers in as also-rans.
Williams doesn't see it like that and told BBC Somerset that he was confident that his new side would be defying the experts in staying well away from the relegation pack:
"I saw in some of the papers that they said that our team might struggle this year. But we look around in the changing room and we don't think that at all. With the footballers that we've got in the team and the way that the gaffer wants us to play, we are very confident of having a good season."
Williams felt that the evidence pointing towards a good season was there on show throughout Yeovil's pre-season friendlies and in the opening day 2-0 win over Tranmere Rovers. He also felt that manager Terry Skiverton had got the team balance right in terms of the way he wanted the team to play football:
"The fans that have seen us throughout the pre-season and at the Tranmere game will see that in every single game we have tried to play the game the right way. The way the gaffer is trying to make us play, is to play football, but also to be a nasty team if we need to be as well. I think that on Saturday that's definitely the way we're going to start."
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