YEOVIL manager Darren Way hailed an "extraordinary achievement" after his scrambled-together side saw off City in a 2-0 FA Cup third-round shock.

Just 48 hours before kick-off, the Glovers were unable to field a starting XI before four loan signings were made.

One of them, Marcus Barnes, scored the opening goal before Jordan Green's second confirmed Yeovil as the lowest-ranked team left in the competition.

Way said: "It's an absolutely extraordinary achievement. We all deserve it because we've come through adversity this week and produced when it mattered.

"An incredible amount of effort and energy has gone into fielding a team, let alone winning a football match.

"The players must take great credit for sticking together through tough times and having faith that we could come through today.

"On Wednesday I only had ten players available but four signings later we were able to get a motivated team together to knock out a team from a higher division.

"The players had to believe they could do it and they took the opportunity to create a little bit of history for a club which has a great record in this competition.

"This result will be remembered for a long time at this club and now we wait to see who we get in the next round.

"I've promised my young son that he can sit on the bench if we get Chelsea because that's who he supports, so hopefully that can happen for us."