Notts County players will be doing everything they can to inject some positivity back into the club, says Alan Judge.
Judge admitted that it has been a tough week at Meadow Lane, following the departure of former boss Keith Curle and coaches Colin Lee and Colin West.
The trio were popular with the squad but the forward and his teammates are fully focused on turning around results for caretaker manager Chris Kiwomya.
This Saturday, the Magpies face Crewe Alexandra at Meadow Lane (3pm kick-off) and Judge feels that three points are a must.
He told Magpie Player: "The lads are really looking forward to this one and we hope to get the win to lift the whole club.
“The players were disappointed because Keith did a massive job for a lot of the players here but our job is to continue on now.
“We’ll be doing everything we can for Chris and hopefully that will start this weekend with a win.
“We’ve had two good results here recently, so hopefully we’ll get a few people back watching us and I think the lads are dying for a win.”
Although recent results might not have gone the way the team may have liked, Judge feels that hard work can put it right.
“I know we’re in a bit of a blip in form, as am I personally, but that happens,” he continued.
“The one thing you’ll get from the players is that they’ll try hard, even if they don’t get the rub of the green they’ll give 100 per cent.
“That’s all you can do, as long as you work at it and give extra on the training ground, it will come back.
“It’s not something to be worried about, I think we’ll be back soon, so hopefully we’ll start it again on Saturday.”
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