Notts County midfielder Gary Jones feels that there can be no questioning his side’s commitment to the cause after the goalless draw at home to Coventry City on Easter Monday.
Jones, who put in another tireless display, feels that if Notts can maintain their workrate level from the last couple of games, they will be able to climb out of the relegation places in the Sky Bet League 1 table this season.
Reflecting on two nil-nil draws over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, Jones said after the Coventry game: “A couple of wins might be better, but the old saying is, if you don’t win it, you don’t lose it, so maybe it’s two points gained.
“You get a great point against Walsall away and that becomes even more of a good point if you get three at home against Coventry, but it just wasn’t to be.
“We’ve just got to keep our heads down and keep giving our all, we’re in a pretty precarious position at the moment but we’ve just got to give 100 percent in every game we play and hopefully that hard work will get us through,” he added.
“I think Colchester have won again today and we’ve slipped another place, but it’s so close, one win takes you out of it, so there’s quite a few teams in it and we’ve just got to batten down the hatches and just get our heads down and hopefully we can get a little luck from somewhere.”
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