On-loan winger Ali Gibb has warned Notts County that they need to string a good run of results together if they are to avoid becoming embroiled in a relegation dog-fight in the last two months of the campaign.
Notts are only five points clear of the bottom two despite beating Chester City at the weekend and Gibb, who has made six appearances for Ian McParland's side since arriving at Meadow Lane from Hartlepool, is determined to keep the winning habit.
He said: "I think there will be an awful lot more pressure on us if we don't pick up results now. We've still got time, and there are still plenty of games left for us to pick up the points we need.
"But I've looked at the games towards the end of the season and there are some really big ones.
"It's going to be difficult because I know from experience that the teams at the bottom are scrapping for their lives."