Terry Hawkridge says the experience of the Notts squad will be crucial in the final 10 games of the season.
The Magpies moved back into the automatic promotion places in midweek with a 1-1 draw at Cheltenham Town and are in the thick of the promotion race,
And the winger believes those who have achieved success before in their careers have a huge role to play in the coming weeks.
“We have great experience in the side and a lot of the lads have been in bigger leagues and been involved in important stages like we are in now," he said.
“They have been involved in promotions before and it’s time to bring that experience out and apply it to our situation now.
“It’s a very important stage of the season and we just have to keep going. If we lose a game we have to make sure we win the next one."
The winger had gone 22 games without scoring before finding the back of the net against Cheltenham for his second goal of the campaign and is hoping to be more productive in front of goal.
"It's been very frustrating because I haven't scored enough this season," he admitted.
"I've got in the right places but haven't pulled the trigger.
"I definitely feel I should have had more goals because I've had the chances but hopefully I can kick on for the rest of the season and make up for it.
"We have some massive games coming up which I want to be a part of so I want to score more goals and keep my place in the team."