YEOVIL Town boss Gary Johnson says it might be time to make some changes after his side were beaten 5-1 at Huddersfield yesterday to remain second from bottom.

Ishmael Miller gave Yeovil and early lead when he fired in from close range following a corner but after that it was all downhill.

Johnson said: " "We were very poor in the first half and a bit weak.

"We had words at half-time and we came out and created three or four chances early in the second half but we weren't good enough to take them.

"We only have to be better than three other teams in this division, and one of them isn't Huddersfield.

"At this stage a manager looks at it and sees which players can cut it and which can't. Some big decisions have to be made. I have given the players every chance to show they are capable at Championship level.

"At 5-1 you can scream and shout but maybe it's time to make a few changes."