Yeovil manager Gary Johnson felt his side could have rescued a point with better finishing in their 3-2 defeat at Bury.
Steven Schumacher's double and a Joe Skarz header gave Bury a precious three points, while Ryan Dickson and Steve Maclean replied for Yeovil.
Johnson said: "Bury started really well and had us on the back-foot in the opening minutes, but I felt we edged ourselves back into the game.
"Everytime we went forward I felt we looked dangerous and we had some really good chances, but if you don't take them you're always going to be made to pay.
"We're in a relegation battle, but I'm confident that we can survive, but we have to do better than we did defensively because we made some very poor decisions at the back."