Huddersfield Town's Lee Clark's anger at dropped points
Huddersfield Town manager Lee Clark has warned his players that they may lose their place after .
Clark refused to speak to the media after watching his side squander a two-goal lead at Meadow Lane.
He told the official club website: "Some of them may lose their place now because we need to change the system.
"I can't let this continue to go on - we can't keep throwing away wins, because draws are no good for us."
Gary Roberts and Jordan Rhodes had put the Terriers on course for their fifth away win of the season before late goals from Jeff Hughes and Lee Hughes salvaged a point for the home side.
"I'm very disappointed because we got ourselves in a fantastic position by doing all the right things in the game; competing, winning second balls, tracking runners and standing up in the challenge," Clark said.
"It feels like a defeat. , but in all honesty we have scored six goals from our last two away games and we have taken two points."
A run of one win in six has seen Huddersfield drop out of the automatic promotion places in League One and they are now five points behind second-placed Sheffield Wednesday.
Clark added: "We have to work as hard as possible on the training ground and we might have to look at changing the system to become more solid.
"The lads who come in have got to seize their chance. Too many of them are not delivering at the moment and we need to get them to.
"I knew Notts County would be strong, committed and would have lots of desire - any team Martin Allen manages is like that. When you get into a position like that you have to do the basics right and we didn't do that."