Yeovil manager Darren Way has admitted he is surprised how quickly his team's form has improved since he took charge of the League Two club.
The Glovers have lost only one of nine league games since Way replaced Paul Sturrock as permanent boss in December.
Town drew 1-1 at Luton on Tuesday to move up to 21st in the table, four points clear of the relegation zone.
"For where the team was before to where it is now I think everyone can see the difference," Way told BBC Somerset.
"I didn't expect it to happen so soon. It's been six weeks now and I think the effort that the players have put in over a short period of time has been phenomenal.
"That's not just come from me, that's come from opposition managers, supporters, so things are looking good.
"It's important we don't become complacent and everyone keeps working towards that objective, and that's to keep that momentum going."