Notts County boss Keith Curle is calm despite a 4-2 defeat to Bury and believes there will be plenty of twists in the race for play-offs.
Two goals from Mike Grella and brilliant individual strikes by David Worrall and substitute Mark Carrington gave the visitors the points to take back to the north west, despite finishing the game with 10 men after Andrai Jones saw red for a second booking.
A Giles Coke own goal and a Mike Edwards header had gave County hope but the defeat dealt a big blow to the Magpies' play-off ambitions.
"Some of our endeavour in our play was decent although it was a little bit frenzied at times," he said. "There are still positives to take out of it and it is a learning curve for us all.
"This is where I earn my money. Put the pressure on me I'll take it. I'll be exactly the same as the other supporters now watching the results to see what unfolds.
"There is still going to be twists and turns right until the end of the season. We've got two games left, six points to play for and we are going to need those six points."