Yeovil Town midfielder Darren Way admits that he is experiencing something new in his career this season. Having been involved in five years worth of success at Huish Park during his first spell with the club, Darren then went on to join Swansea City where he also picked up promotion honours as the Welsh side headed up to the Championship.
Darren returned to the club over the summer for his third spell with the Glovers and scored the winning goal in Tuesday night's 3-2 win over Crewe Alexandra - the second time that Way has provided a late strike to rescue a game for his side. Darren told BBC Somerset that he believed that treating Yeovil's current position as a challenge was the way to tackle the current 21st league position, rather than worrying about the threat of relegation:
"I'm back at Yeovil now and this is the first time that I've ever been involved in a relegation fight down at the bottom - although I wouldn't call it 'relegation' at the moment. We needed those three points. I'm just going to enjoy the challenge. It's as simple as that really. There's no point in walking around with your head down. Everyone has got to stick together."
Darren also added that although the Glovers recorded their lowest crowd of the season on Tuesday night, that he thought they kept their heads when the scoreline was pulled back to 2-2:
"In the dressing room after, I said I thought the fans were fantastic. They stuck with us right until the end and the three points was thoroughly deserved for them really. Because it was a Tuesday night, we didn't think that many people would come out, but the ones that were there were a credit to the football club."
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