Striker Jimmy Spencer scored his first goal of the season after seven months on the sidelines…
The forward’s late goal helped the Magpies rally in the final stages, but couldn’t deny Notts another home loss to Preston North End on Tuesday.
Spencer admitted he was delighted with the goal, but was disappointed it didn’t mean a positive result against the promotion favourites.
He told Magpie Player: “I knew it was coming. I’ve worked hard for seven months, but tonight was about the team, not the goal.
“I thought we were pushing on well and it felt like we were going to go on and beat them.
“I’m now playing 90-minutes and I’ve eased myself into it with my knee. I feel good now, I feel match fit.
“I still feel I can give more and hopefully I’ve saved some for the final two games where I’m confident we will get the six points.
“I think we’ve always needed two wins, nothing’s changed. It’s in our hands and we still have that desire in the team. We still need to create more chances. I think we’re going the right direction, I still think we will get these six points.
“This season, personally, there is more togetherness in the changing rooms. People are arguing with each other so that shows there is desire and when it doesn’t come off, it hurts.”
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