Manager Peter Shirtliff said ""It's a nice position to be in and long may it continue".
Meanwhile Shirtliff faces a dilema going into the Bury game, as he has a choice of midfield options having secured another month loan for Jonathan D'Laryea, speaking to the Nottingham Evening Post today, Shirtliff said "Stuart Pearce is very pleased with the experience Jonathan is getting.
"They have watched him previously and I know they had someone here for the Carling Cup game against Millwall as well. I have stayed in regular contact with them.
"When he came here, it was the first time he had played three games in a week.
"And they were not academy matches or reserve games, they were against men."
Stephen and Cokey have done very well because I did not envisage either of them playing a full season.
"You have to consider that one of them is 19 and one is 20 and, before this season, they hadn't played 20 league games between them.
"There is not a lot of experience there and I think bringing in someone like Jonathan has been a big help to them."
Full article and more build up in todays Evening Post