The summer signing felt the result at Huish Park was just rewards for the side’s recent performances, and believes it could prove to be a pivotal as they look forward to an important few weeks.
“It was brilliant for me to get the first win as captain. It had been weighing on me a bit heavier than it would have done last season, and I’m really pleased that we are able to put that behind us now and kick on,” he told afcb.co.uk.
“It’s just the start for us. It’s only one win from five games and we know we should have more points on the board, but those are the facts.
“We have got a good run of games coming up now and if we can get a couple of wins in the next three of four games, then hopefully we can start moving up the table.”
Addison, who has played every minute of the first six games of the season since completing a permanent move from Derby, added that he believed Paul Groves’ approach was beginning to pay dividends.
“I think we’ve had a good week,” he said. “Even though we didn’t win last Tuesday at Portsmouth, everyone could see how we wanted to play and what the manager is trying to implement.
“We won on Saturday and the score-line probably flattered Yeovil because we could have scored more goals, and everyone can see that we are growing as a team and getting better all the time.”