Yeovil Town winger Andy Welsh says that he hopes that the club's home advantage can see them over the finish line in their remaining four League One matches. The Glovers need probably little more than a win to safeguard their future in this division, although Welsh told BBC Somerset that he would like to see more than that just to make sure:
"We've got three games at home and one away, so if we pick up two or three wins up from there, then that would be us done I think. But the mentality has got to be right, which it is. We've all got to stick together and make sure that we get over the line as quick as possible. We've got to make sure that people come down (to Huish Park) and don't get anything, which we have done."
Welsh has not started a match since the Brighton and Hove Albion defeat, making just three substitute appearances in the last six matches, despite having been one of the best performers on the pitch before that. However, his natural position has been taken by Tottenham Hotspur winger Andros Townsend, and Welsh conceded that although he was disappointed to lose his place, he couldn't knock the outcome:
"From my point of view, it's been great that we've got those results, but obviously a little bit disappointing that I've only played bit-parts. But it's about the team and it's not just about me. To get those results is major for us."
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