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Rob Milsom hoping to score more after opening account for Notts County

Joe Jones

Rob Milsom has admitted that not scoring many goals is something that has bugged him throughout his career but is hoping to chip in with a few more for Notts County by the end of the season.

The midfielder got his first goal for the Magpies last Saturday, a 96th-minute equaliser that salvaged a point at Meadow Lane against Forest Green Rovers.

“I don’t score many, and it is something that has bugged me throughout my career,” Milsom told the Nottingham Post.

“It’s something that I obviously need to do better at, but I think other parts of my game kind of make up for it.

“But I was delighted to get the goal even though it wasn’t the best of headers. It went in and I just hope there are more to come.

“Obviously it was my first ever goal for the club and it was a good feeling for me and the team to score that late on because it ensured we got the draw.

“Hopefully we can put some more runs together and maybe I can chip in with a few goals from now until the end of the season.”

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