Jimmy Spencer hopes that his relationship with Jamal Campbell-Ryce will continue to blossom as Notts County look to continue The Great Escape.
The duo combined for both of Spencer’s finishes in the 4-2 victory over Port Vale last Saturday at Meadow Lane.
Spencer now has three goals in two matches and feels that Campbell-Ryce’s form on the wing can help him continue his scoring form.
“Especially as a number nine, I’m always peeling off at the back stick and I’ve told Jama to keep crossing the ball,” he said.
“When they come in I'll try to get there there to attack it and I’m glad that I did on Saturday.
“He’s been brilliant all season and that performance against Port Vale just summed him up as a player.
“He’s knocking on a bit at 31 but he’s got his pace and he’s beating players.
“He’s crossing it and scoring goals and that’s all you want in this league.
“He’s still got it and I’m 22 and I can’t keep up with him.”
Notts are in action again on Good Friday against Bristol City. For full ticket details, click here.
The Magpies then return to Meadow Lane for the Bank Holiday Breakout fixture with Crawley Town.
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