First team manager Chris Kiwomya was able to identify the areas of his side that need work during the summer in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Coventry City.
The Magpies twice went ahead through goals from Tyrell Waite and Krystian Pearce but City hit back on both occasions to take a point from Meadow Lane.
Towards the end of the match, Notts took the foot off the gas and failed to penetrate the away defence as they had done on multiple occasions either side of the break.
“I could see that it was an end-of-season game towards the end, because I thought that when we were 2-1 up we were passing but not going anywhere,” said Kiwomya.
“We needed to get the ball forward but there’s compartments in the team that need improving.
“I know what they are and I’m going to try to do that in the summer.”
He added: “With their second goal, we could see it coming and I’m disappointed because it petered out towards the end of the game.
“They were striving towards that second goal but our legs had gone by that time.
“We put a lot into last week and you could see that we didn’t have that cutting edge towards the end of the game.
“It was a good game to watch but I didn’t really enjoy the last bits.”
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