Bartosz Bialkowski admitted that the pick of his saves at Huish Park may not have been enough on another day.
The stopper felt that 6ft 6ins centre-back Daniel Burn’s second half header may have crossed the line before he was able to scoop it away from goal with a save that was as good as any produced this season.
It was a busy afternoon for the Pole, who made a number of top stops throughout the 90 minutes to shut out Yeovil Town and earn the Magpies a share of the spoils.
Bialkowski remained as modest as ever in his post-match interview but you could tell from the smile on his face that the game ranked up there with his best.
He said: “The one from the header was a really good save and I was really happy about that.
“I think it may have been over the line but the ref didn’t give it so it will go down as a save.”
Moving onto the peformance, he added: “I’m just enjoying playing football and I was really happy with my performance against Swindon.
“Obviously, I’m even more happy now, because I’ve had to make a few saves and I’m just glad that we kept another clean sheet.
“There’s always room for improvement and I feel like I’m improving by working with Pilks and playing every week.
“I just need to keep improving and I’m sure I will help my team in the future.”
The Magpies return to Meadow Lane on Tuesday night for the FA Cup with Budweiser second round replay with Rotherham United. To purchase tickets for this game, visit www.nottscountydirect.co.uk.
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