Spireites goalkeeper Thorsten Stuckmann, received his Pinders of Sheffield Player of the Month award for March, during Saturday's match with Port Vale.
The German 'keeper polled 41% of the supporters vote, seeing off the challenges of midfielder Connor Dimaio and striker, Sylvan Ebanks-Blake.
On receiving the award, Stuckmann said: “I’d like to say thank you to the fans who voted for me, it’s always nice to get a personal award.
“I came in mid-February and wanted to play good football and show what I can do, and I hope the award shows how I’ve done so far."
Stuckmann was also full of praise for his fellow nominees, who were worthy challengers.
“Since I’ve been at the club, Sylvan has done really, really well, he’s worked hard up front and been unlucky not to have scored as many goals as he would have liked," he said.
“And from day one I’ve thought that Connor is a decent player, he was unlucky not to get more game time prior to that, but since he’s been in the team he's shown we can’t do without him, he’s done superbly well.”
Stuckmann is pictured receiving his award with Pinders managing director, David Whiteway and his grand daughter, Chloe Mather.