Liam Noble has vowed not to 'take his foot off the gas' following his contribution in Notts County's 2-1 win over Forest Green Rovers on Saturday.
The former FGR captain opened the scoring at the New Lawn and celebrated vigorously in front of his former fans in the first half.
Although Tahvon Campbell - a former Magpies loanee - drew the hosts level, Matt Tootle slugged the ball into the back of the net to give Kevin Nolan's side all three points.
Noble has had to be patient in terms of game time following his return to Meadow Lane but is now eager to build on his start in Gloucestershire.
"We have a squad of players all fighting for the shirt and there will be a few lads who were disappointed not to play [on Saturday]," he told the official Notts site following the League Two win.
"They will be back at it next week when we come in to training and I am going to have to be, too. If I take my foot off the gas then I won't be in the squad, it is as simple as that.
"If I am off it, I am sure the likes of Steady, Shola or Smudge will say 'You have only had one good game, get on it'."
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