Curtis Weston, who scored the only goal of the game against Braintree Town on Saturday, reflected on Chesterfield's third straight win.
Re-living his goal, he said: “It was good; my second touch took it a bit close to the keeper so it was the only thing I could have done. I’m happy to get the goal and more so the win.
"Off the back of Tuesday, we just didn’t get going. It felt a little bit leggy, to be honest, for the first bit of the game but then I think we realised we had to up it and we had to make more angles for the guys on the ball, especially at the back.
“They did frustrate us for many parts of the first half and that’s why we had to lift it and sort of do something different and mix up our play so credit to them for the first half. Throughout the game, to be fair, I didn’t think they did bad at all."
Weston quickly turned his attention to the upcoming games. “We’ve just been talking about two tough games coming up away so if we can get a few results in them games then it’s a really good start," he commented.
Describing the tough nature of the division, he added: “I’ve played in this league before and every game is tough, one way or the other. We need to make sure we’re on top of our game and we’ve got to start well.”