Bog bent on boosting Magpies

Striker Daniel Bogdanovic wants to fire Notts County into the play-offs after opening his account for the club.

Last Updated: 02/05/12 at 12:40

Bogdanovic (left): Determined to score more

Bogdanovic (left): Determined to score more

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Bogdanovic, who is on-loan from Blackpool, netted the Magpies first goal in last weekend's dramatic 4-3 win at Wycombe.

And the 32-year-old forward believes they can beat Colchester on the final day and leap-frog Stevenage for the remaining play-off spot.

"I'm pleased to get off the mark," he told the Nottingham Post. "I felt like a goal had been coming because I've been pleased with my performances.

"It's a great opportunity for this club, for these lads, who deserve it. Let's hope it is going to be a good day."

"I'm sure we will do our job against Colchester as we did at Wycombe, I'm not worried about that."

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