Kevin Pilkington expects Notts County to be 'under pressure' for the rest of the League Two season.
Kevin Pilkington expects Notts County to be 'under pressure' for the rest of the season in the fight for League Two survival.
The Magpies are currently four points outside the relegation zone, but are on a run of six games without a win.
The slump in form continued with a 3-0 defeat at Bradford at the weekend and keeper Pilkington accepts County need to start picking up points.
Pilkington told the club's official website: "We deserved to lose; we were poor. Early on in both halves we looked bright for 10 or so minutes, but apart from that we were poor and we conceded some really sloppy goals.
"The pressure is on now, and to be honest we're under pressure for the next 21 games we have left.
"We need to start picking up the points, and quickly because we simply are not doing the business out on the pitch.
"We need to start taking a real look at ourselves as players and starting doing the business."