Kevin Nolan has challenged his Notts County players to put together another unbeaten run as they seek to finish the League Two season off in the automatic promotion places.
Saturday's 2-1 win over Forest Green Rovers means the Magpies currently stand on three games without defeat, alongside victory over Stevenage and a draw with Cheltenham Town.
“Earlier in the season when we had a couple of losses we have always gone eight, nine, 10 games unbeaten,” Nolan told the Nottingham Post.
“That’s the challenge to the boys now because seven points out of the last nine is a fantastic return.
“We probably should have nine out of nine but for refereeing decisions which I am disappointed about.
“But we just have to keep looking after ourselves. We have a really tough game this weekend and everybody is looking forward to it.
“We will have a game plan and if we stick to it we have every chance of getting 10 points out of 12.”