Terry Skiverton believes Yeovil's performance in the 1-0 home defeat by Huddersfield proves the Glovers can climb the League One table.
Huddersfield, now unbeaten in 41 league matches, claimed all three points at Huish Park on Saturday courtesy of a goal 10 minutes from time from substitute Anton Robinson.
Yeovil hit the woodwork twice during the game and Skiverton said: "I felt we came out with some excellent football in the first half. We caused them a lot of problems but we couldn't quite get the ball in the net.
"We need to take those chances. We hit the bar twice but we need to see them going in.
"One thing that got me going and I feel quite emotional was the supporters. The way they stuck to us when we're trying to give them what we can gave me the energy and boost to keep fighting for this club.
"I relish the challenge to turn this round. We have done it before and we will do it again."