On loan winger Stephen McLaughlin has had quite a start to his Notts career..
The Nottingham Forest wideman has an impressive record for the Magpies in his first week.
Two starts, two wins and two cleans to his name and he's been heavily involved in the goals scored at Crewe and against Gillingham on Saturday.
The Irish man has been delighted with his and his sides form and hopes Manager Stuart Pearce, who was in the crowd at Meadow Lane at the weekend, takes note when he returns to the City Ground.
He told Magpie Player: "I'm off to a flyer to be honest. It's good for me. I'm seeing plenty of the ball
"I've come here to create and every time we do get the ball in the box, we look dangerous.
"We don't have this defensive record for nothing, from the front to the back, we work our socks off. The Gaffer has made that clean sheets are our priority. We saw it out, got the goal we deserved, we had other chances too.
"If you don't concede, you don't get beat and we are always going to create. I'm confident when we get chances we will score.
"I'm feeling confident, I'm settled here and League One level is different, but it gives me a chance to get games and there's no one better than here at Notts. I'm feeling happy at Notts.
"There is great desire within the squad and you can see what it meant at the final whistle, from the players and the fans in the stand. They followed us away in the week and it's unreal to be part of it.
"I want to play more games during my spell, keep winning and keep clean sheets and help me when I'm back at Forest.
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