The only way that Notts County are looking is up, says forward Alan Judge, ahead of the New Year’s Day clash with Milton Keynes Dons (3pm kick-off).
Notts are presently three points adrift of the Play-Off places, with games in hand over many of the division’s pace setters.
A win in the six-pointer with the Dons on Tuesday afternoon at Meadow Lane can propel Notts back into the thick of the promotion race.
Judge feels that the Magpies should already be up there and explained that the team are looking to cut out the errors that have cost them so many points so far this term.
He told Magpie Player: “I don’t think anybody is happy with where we are, especially with the points that we’ve thrown away.
“All it takes is a little run, it’s crazy because we’re only three points away from the Play-Off places.
“You can’t worry about things like that because if you get one win you’re back in there.
“In an ideal world we’d want to be first or back in the Play-Offs, but if this is our blip I’ll be happy enough.
“The wins will come soon enough, hopefully starting with MK Dons.”