After Chesterfield’s 2-0 defeat at Maidenhead on Saturday, John Sheridan began his post-match interview by stating that it was a disappointing way to end the season as his side were made to rue a number of missed opportunities in the first half.
“It’s obviously a disappointing end to the season,” said Sheridan.
“Like I’ve said to you a few times, I don’t like losing.
“I thought we started the game really well, we possibly could have been two or three up.
“The keeper has made a couple of great saves. It could have been over in the first 15 or 20 minutes.
“We didn’t take our chances when we should have done a lot better.”
The manager went onto mention how much he is looking forward to next campaign and signing the right type of players.
“I’m chuffed to bits that we have stayed up. I’m pleased for the fans that we have stayed up,” he explained.
“I’m looking forward to next season when I’m going to bring the players in and my recruitment is going to have to be good.
“I’m looking forward to recruiting. I’m going to try and bring the right players in for us to be a strong outfit next season.
“I don’t care who is under contract here at the moment, I don’t want them comfortable, they need to work their socks off.”
Chesterfield took over 400 supporters to York Road on Saturday, and the boss finished off by voicing his thanks to the fans, by saying: “Brilliant support here and at Gateshead.
“I’m pleased for them that we’ve stayed up.
“Full credit to the supporters, they were great today.”