Mick Jones: Notts County number two focused on future success

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Jones only looking forward at Notts

Notts County assistant manager Mick Jones tells BBC East Midlands Today that nostalgia does not win anything following his return to Meadow Lane.

Jones played more than 100 games for County between 1969 and 1973 and was Neil Warnock's number two when the Magpies reach the top flight of English football in 1991-92.

He was appointed as assistant to current boss Chris Kiwomya, 20 years after leaving with Warnock.

"The memories have just come flooding back from my playing days here," he said.

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