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Mark Crossley wants to get Notts County "back where it belongs"

Joe Jones

Mark Crossley has pledged to help take Notts County back to "where it belongs" as he targets a promotion challenge this season.

The Magpies are flying high in League Two, having won five of their last seven games, and optimism is higher at Meadow Lane than it has been for a while.

Crossley, Sheridan's right-hand man at Notts, is up for the challenge of rescuing the club from the doldrums of the fourth tier.

"The club certainly shouldn't be where it is (in League Two)," the Barnsley-born ex-goalkeeper said.

"The club is too big – you don't get this kind of set-up at this level. So it's our job to try to take it back where it belongs. We are trying to do that.

"But first things first, we are trying to stabilise and get a squad together that can challenge, then we can move on from there."

Up next for Notts is Saturday's derby at Mansfield Town - an early kickoff - before taking on Morecambe in Tuesday's rescheduled fixture.

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