First team manager Chris Kiwomya has called for the Magpies to go out and attack Yeovil Town on Easter Monday (3pm kick-off).
Notts return to Meadow Lane to take on the Play-Off hopefuls following a 2-1 defeat to Brentford that saw them almost nick a point after a strong finish to the game.
County looked impressive in the dying stages against the Bees and pushed the high flyers deep into their own half.
Kiwomya is eager for his side to pick up where they left off at Griffin Park against the Glovers.
“It’s another hard game against another side in the top six or seven and we have to get the recovery in and go out and play some attacking football." said the boss.
“I’m looking for some performances from the players, because we’ve got a lot of players out of contract.
“I want to see a performance to show that they want a new contract and that the Notts County fans deserve.
“Although it’s going to be very hard for us to break into that top six, I’m just looking for some good performances.”