Yeovil are close to playing some of their best football, according to manager Terry Skiverton.
But the Glovers legend has said it will take time for some of the more inexperienced players to gel properly at Huish Park.
Yeovil were held to a goalless draw with Tranmere last time out, and Skiverton admitted some of his men are still finding their feet.
"We are not far off," he said. "But, for me, there is still work to do and we still need to bring in one or two players.
"You could see people like Alan O'Brien and Anthony Edgar (against Tranmere) and these are people that have not played any sort of serious, competitive football at all this season.
"We have got to rely on these sorts of people as long as Alan's body stands up, while Anthony is still learning his way in the game."