Gary Liddle has every confidence that the Magpies can put a nightmare week behind them by gaining three points against Leyton Orient.
Two disappointing performances have led to Notts suffering defeats at the hands of both Brentford and Rotherham United.
After the FA Cup with Budweiser loss to the Millers, the squad held a meeting in the changing room and followed it up with another on Wednesday, which is usually a day off for the players.
Liddle explained that that the discussions were very productive and that the team must remain upbeat about their chances of promotion this season.
“I’m very aware that the home form hasn’t been great so far but, turning a negative into a positive, we are only six points off the top of the league,” he told Magpie Player.
“It’s the same group of players that have got us into that position and there’s no reason why we can’t go on a run.
“We want to push up that top end of the table – I know we’re not far away but we want to be at the real top end of the table.”
“It might look like a loss of confidence from the outside but the lads are well aware that the results haven’t been great these last two games.
“We’re very determined to put that right and it’s important that the fans stick with us and that the players all stick together.
“I know we will, because we all get along well and it’s just matching our home form with that away form.
“We’ve shot a good 10 points away at home and if we’d have had those, we’d be a good four or five points clear at the top of the league by now.”
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