Lee, with five goals in three games, and twelve league goals overall found it hard to accept praise with the team the priority: “It takes the shine off it for me scoring goals, if we don't win.”
The Club Captain believed Notts would take three points from the game: “You have to be disappointed because we felt we could win the game, no disrespect to Hereford.
“If you score two away you expect to get at least a point. We worked hard to get back into the game and we blew it. Threw it away if I am honest.”
On a personal note, despite the defeat, Lee still found time to talk about his form: “I'm pleased to be scoring but as I said, when you don't win the game, I have always been a team man, so when we aren't winning I find it hard to take.”
Pushed as to whether he has a goals target, Lee responded: “I never set myself a target. I'm not sitting on the fence I just aim to play a certain amount of games, and I think I've equalled the amount of bookings with goals… work that one out.”
Lee has vowed to put things right when Notts host Barnet at Meadow Lane on Tuesday: “I'll keep going, the boys will keep going, and we will see you Tuesday and hopefully get three points.”