Alan Sheehan insists more sackings are Notts what County needs following the appointment of Shaun Derry as manager.
The former QPR midfielder replaced Chris Kiwomya, who lasted just eight months, as boss last month.
The role has now been filled by SEVENTEEN people in 13 months.
And Sheehan, who has played under four different bosses since joining the Magpies in 2011, insists it is time for some stability.
The defender said: “I’ve been very fortunate to play under some good managers here.
“But it’s not the ideal situation and I think it’s time that Notts County have some stability.
“I’ve made no secret of that when people have asked me.
“My first year here, we just missed out on the play-offs and the second year we weren’t really too far away.
“When Keith Curle got sacked, I think we were two points off the play-offs with two games in hand.
“Then he loses his job and we’ve got to start all over again.
“Chris Kiwomya came in and results didn’t go according to plan.
“Since then, the new man’s come in and there’s belief.”