Steve Chettle has called on Notts County's players to carry their momentum from their 4-2 win over Doncaster Rovers into the weekend League Two encounter against Cheltenham Town.
Wednesday night saw the Magpies produce somewhat of a shock result in the EFL Trophy as they surged into a 3-0 half-time lead against Rovers and, despite shipping two goals, they added one more for the solid win.
Chettle was pleased to see Notts get through into the second round after finishing second in Group G behind Newcastle United's reserve/youth side but was equally eager to claim a much-needed win in terms of going into league action.
“I was very pleased to get through,” he told the Nottingham Post.
“We need to win football matches, we need to get momentum and need to get into good habits and break the habit of losing games.
“Winning will hopefully kickstart us when we get to the Cheltenham game at the weekend.”