Gary Liddle says that the Magpies cannot afford to sulk - they need to pick themselves up and make amends for a poor start to the campaign.
Notts have now lost five of their opening six league matches, following a disappointing 3-1 defeat to Milton Keynes Dons on Saturday afternoon.
On Tuesday night, Chris Kiwomya’s men head to table toppers Leyton Orient, who are yet to drop a point in 2013.14.
Liddle feels that the team needs to show a togetherness if they are to lift themselves off the bottom of Sky Bet League 1 at the Matchroom Stadium.
“We’ve got to stick together and it’s important that our heads don’t drop,” he said.
“Everyone’s disappointed and we’ve had a few words with each other – not rowing but there was a few things aired out in there.
“The main thing is that we do stick together because we’ve got a game around the corner where we can put this to one side quickly.
“We need a win and we need it quickly, because we’re bottom of the league and it makes it worse when you see a team that started on minus-10 go above you.
“There’s every chance we can go to Leyton and win, as we certainly didn’t go to MK Dons to lose.
"We went with the mindset that we could nick it and we’ll be going there Tuesday in a positive frame of mind.”
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