Striker Ronan Murray is focused on making up for a moment of madness in Notts County’s meeting with Peterborough United earlier this season.
Murray had netted at London Road to help give the Magpies a 2-0 lead before lashing in reaction to a headlock, which resulted in a red card and a three-game ban.
Notts went on to lose the game 4-3 and it is something that has haunted the former Ipswich Town hotshot ever since.
Last weekend, Murray made a goal-scoring return to the starting 11 and is determined to keep scoring goals as County make a last-ditch attempt of avoiding relegation.
He told Magpie Player: “I let the lads down in that Peterborough game and I knew it - it was the worst three weeks of my professional career.
“I owe the lads a lot for what I did and hopefully I can return them even more in the upcoming games.
“Whether that’s in the form of goals or assists I don’t mind, as long as we win games.”
He continued: “We need to get a win, starting on Saturday, and the rest will follow.
“The lads haven’t given up hope and if we get a couple of wins on the trot it’ll put massive pressure on the teams above us.
“Nobody’s really pulling away and if we can drag them back into it, they’ll be under pressure and we’ll be on a run.
“It’s not over until the fat lady sings.”
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