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Notts County boss Kevin Nolan pays tribute to "terrific" Jon Stead

Joe Jones

Kevin Nolan has reiterated his support and pride in Jon Stead, who boasts a perfect goalscoring record of a goal a game for Notts County this calendar year.

The veteran striker had his fair share of criticisms in the first half of the season but in 2018, only Manchester City's Sergio Aguero boasts more goals than him in the four top divisions of English football.

Alongside scoring in every league and cup game this year, Stead also has a goal in every round of the FA Cup he's played in, and his tally this term currently stands at 11.

"I spoke a month or so ago about Steady and said his contribution to our football was absolutely terrific," Nolan told the official Notts website.

"Now he is scoring the goals himself and that is why everyone is talking about him again.

"But he brings more than that to my team, he has been magnificent and one of our outstanding performers of the season so far and long may it continue.

"As long as he keeps rattling them in, I'm sure we'll keep moving in the right direction."

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