Yorkshire believe they can win the Twenty20 Cup after beginning the tournament in high-class fashion.
Victory over Durham by eight wickets at Headingley Carnegie on Tuesday has bolstered confidence in a dejected camp following six successive defeats in all competitions.
Yorkshire play their second of eight group games this evening against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge (5.30pm) and director of cricket David Byas said: "The nature of the Twenty20 Cup means that any side can win it and we've got as much chance as anybody else.
"We've struggled in the other competitions so far this year, but you don't carry baggage into a tournament like Twenty20 and we've started out on a level playing field.
"I thought we were excellent on Tuesday. The players executed the game-plan in impressive style and we were right on the money all the way through."
Yorkshire have named an unchanged squad for tonight's fixture against a Nottinghamshire side who also opened up with a win over Durham.
Byas added: "What really pleased me about our victory on Tuesday was that we bowled the right lines and fielded magnificently.
"We didn't give Durham too much width and were really business-like in everything we did.
"A win is a win as far as we're concerned and now we need to build on that performance."
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