Kevin Nolan claims Notts County are yet to hit their full potential this season, but is pleased that the last two games have been won despite this.
Following a poor 3-0 loss to Coventry City in the League Two season opener, the Magpies put in a solid performance in the League Cup against Scunthorpe United, only losing on penalties.
They then followed it up with victories over Chesterfield and Everton Under-21s, and Nolan believes there is more to come from his charges.
“I feel in the last two games we have been worthy winners despite not reaching the heights I know we can,” he told the Nottingham Post.
“It’s still early days and we have to be patient with these lads. They all believe they can get better and they know can get better.
“That’s a great thing to have when you are winning games and you’re not really hitting your maximum with the ball.
“Without the ball we are getting better and that’s being proven and that’s why teams are finding it difficult to create chances against us."
Edited by Joe Jones