Johnson delighted with Upson
Yeovil manager Gary Johnson heaped praise on midfield talisman Ed Upson after his side beat winless Bury 2-1 at Huish Park.
Goals from defender Byron Webster - his second-ever career goal - and Sam Foley sandwiched Dominic Poleon's equaliser and condemned Kevin Blackwell's Shakers, who had midfielder Zac Thompson sent off in the first half, to another League One defeat.
However, Johnson reserved a special mention for Upson, who was tireless in the Glovers' engine room on Saturday.
He said: "I thought he did fantastic, he's a good player and I thought he and Korey Smith did well in running the game. Ed showed his worth and picked up a lot of second balls, won a lot of tackles and looked one of our most dangerous players.
"I think we deserved the victory. We created a few chances and Bury are never an easy team to beat. No team goes 46 games without winning and thankfully it's not our problem now - we didn't want it to be us that gave them their first win.
"It was a good win on Tuesday in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy ((against Torquay) and in our last home game we had a good win against Colchester. Every win at this level is a good one, but this was a difficult one. Now we've got two away games which we need to get something from to get us just behind those play-off places."