SPEAKING after the 1-0 defeat at Meadow Lane, goalkeeper Wes Foderingham believes the squad will make the most of the enforced two-week fixture break.
Town are without a game for two weeks until Doncaster Rovers come to The County Ground on Saturday 8th December. Foderingham saw his side frustrated in their attempts to get past Notts County stopper Bartosz Bialkowski who denied the Robins on numerous occasions.
He said: “We are disappointed with the defeat. We were undone by that one mistake but we gave them opportunities to get balls into the box. The strike for the goal was a good one and fair play to the lad.
“I was frustrated today. Part of me wants to go out there and try and do a bit myself. I am sure we will be working hard over the next two weeks to try and put things right against Doncaster Rovers.
“Hopefully the break will help us collect our thoughts. It could take a bit of the pressure off but there will be no excuses against Doncaster that’s for sure.”