Mills said: "There's no feeling like three points, which is exactly what we needed at this club at the moment.
"However, I couldn't have asked for any more from the lads this week."
Meanwhile, Mills' Wrexham counterpart, Dennis Smith, blamed bad luck, God, Hector Sam and the club's medical staff for his team's defeat. So it wasn't just that Notts were the better side then, Dennis?
Smith told BBC Sport: "I quite fancied our chances here as the lads seemed up for it and I had a reasonable number to choose from.
"It might have happened but someone up there doesn't like us. I must have upset someone with things going against us as they have in recent weeks."Smith, when asked whether his medical staff were right not to allow Hector Sam back onto the field of play, added: "That's a new one for me," he moaned "But apparently it was a very nasty gash and they've got to make their decisions.
"But put it this way, if it would have been me (injured) they wouldn't have stopped me from coming back on."