After the Spireites exit from the FA Trophy at the hands of Brackley Town, John Sheridan stated that the performance wasn’t good enough on the day.
“I’ve got a lot of work on my hands. I knew that when I was coming in. I gave one or two the opportunity, changed it around a little bit,” said Sheridan.
“From one to eleven, it just wasn’t good enough. Nowhere near good enough from what I want from my team.
“They made it difficult for us. They deserved the result. So, I’m giving them credit.
“We’ve got to bounce back. It’s difficult for the supporters when they’re watching a game like that.
“My aim is to keep us up and my aim is to get us out of the league next season. So, I’ve got to concentrate on the first thing, which is staying up.”
The boss went onto to talk about Charlie Carter and Laurence Maguire, who are both edging closer towards match fitness.
“We’ve got a game behind closed doors game during the week so they will be involved in that," said the boss.
Sheridan also gave an update on Marc-Antoine Fortune and Bradley Barry, who both limped off during the goalless draw against Barrow last Saturday.
“They’re not as bad as first thought. They’re with the physio, Claire. The feedback I’ve got is that they are not as serious as first thought,” stated Sheridan
“Marco’s (Fortune) a possibility for Halifax next week and Brad had a scan, but first diagnosis is they’re not too serious.”