Russell Slade is preparing for two nerve-wracking weeks after Leyton Orient drew 2-2 with Yeovil to go four points above the drop zone.
Two goals from Kevin Lisbie had seemingly eased the pressure
on the Londoners, but Yeovil summoned up a late effort with Andrew Williams reducing the deficit before Jon Obika scored late into added time.
Slade said: "We were on course for a much-needed win with eight minutes to go, but we've not dealt with long balls from a very direct Yeovil side.
"There had been a lot of those all afternoon, but unfortunately there were two occasions where we've not dealt with either the first or second phase. We turned in a good professional performance up until then, but at this moment in time, we don't seem able to keep the ball out of the net."
Slade added: "We needed to be professional as I said, but we don't do anything easily here and we're going to have to go to Hartlepool next week and make sure that we get something from there.
"There is probably more pressure on Wycombe and Walsall than what there is on us, which is important. We just have to keep going to get us out of this situation."