The manager said "Blair's loan expired this week and having only just walked through the door, I haven't had the opportunity to work with him until these last few days,
"He's back which will give me a chance to have a look at him like I will do with all the other players.
"I will give him a chance to be part of it. His attitude has been first class and he's shown intent in terms of putting into practice what I am asking.
"It was of a highly professional standard too and I'm looking forward to working with him.
"Where we are at this moment, I've been impressed with everything about him since he came back into the building.
"Mansfield have had contact with us and told us they would like him to join them which is understandable given his performances and how well he has done there.
"But he is a Notts County footballer who I want to work with and give him a different environment as to what he's had before."