Full-back Kieron Freeman believes that Notts County are on the verge of a turning point, which he hopes will arrive this weekend against Gillingham.
Freeman has impressed since returning to Meadow Lane, after agreeing a loan switch from Derby County last month but is yet to taste victory.
The former Nottingham Forest defender’s last stay with the club saw him in a side that claimed nine wins and five draws in his 19 appearances.
Freeman feels a big part of the form was down to confidence and believes that one set of three points can turn the Magpies’ season around.
He said: “We were going into games after winning two or three and we very rarely lost.
“Confidence does play a big part and it’s something you can’t really explain.
“I think a couple of results like that would make a massive difference here.”
He continued: “We need some good results for the table and for ourselves.
"I think you’ll see a different side to us when we get a couple of wins and I think we’re very close to a turning point.
“In the last few games we’ve been very unlucky, having played some good football at times that deserved a lot more.
“We’ve got some good players here but things won’t change overnight but with the manager here, I think they will change for the better.”
Saturday marks the biggest game of the season so far against a side just outside the relegation places, so make sure you are there to cheer on the team from the stands against Gillingham.
Look out for an extended interview with Kieron in this weekend's edition of #themag.