“I’ve been working hard in training, working hard on my game, and I’m just waiting for a chance to show everyone what I can do really,” said Jeffers.
“I got a few minutes on Saturday and unfortunately we didn’t win. It was hard obviously going down to 9-men and was always going to be difficult but I thought we showed really good character, got a goal back and we nearly could have got a draw in the end.
“It’s always difficult when you come to a new club and try to establish yourself but I’m just delighted to be here really. There’s a great bunch of lads and we’ll continue to work hard and try to finish as high as we can.”
The striker had a decent return during the first-half of the season while at London Road, where he netted three times in just seven starts for Peterborough and he is looking for County to finish on a high.
It’s always difficult when you come to a new club and try to establish yourself but I’m just delighted to be here really.
“The last two games we were unbeaten but we’ve just got to take each game as it comes and see how far we can push until the end of the season,” said Jeffers.
“You can jump up this league quickly and there are a lot of teams near us. It’s such a tight league so a good run of games can get you into the playoffs but we’ll take each game as it comes as I said.
“The support here was great against Portsmouth, we could hear the fans all the time and that shows the great character and enthusiasm they have. It helps us and spurs us on so we’re delighted with how the fans have supported us and hopefully we can repay them next game by getting a result.
“Obviously we only got promoted last season and we’ve shown what a good team we are whereas a lot of sides are struggling and are just trying to stay in the league but I think we’ve done really well. We had a great start to the season and hopefully we can get a good run together and end well too.”