Assistant-manager Glynn Snodin is pleased with the way that the team is taking shape ahead of Saturday's visit to Wrexham.
The Spireites head to the table-toppers on the back of Tuesday night's 2-0 win at Barnet and Snodin is looking for more of the same.
He said: "They just need to keep doing what they're doing. We'll add little things after looking closely at them but there's not much missing.
"We're hard to beat and we just want to be a bit more creative and have more cuteness in and around the box and we can kill teams off.
"We'll drip feed things into them about the shape and how we want them to play and then hopefully it'll all come together. The desire they've got is different class.
"We've got some good, experienced players who've played at a higher level and it's looking a good team."
Charlie Carter returned to the starting line-up at Barnet following an lay-off and Snodin is hoping the midfielder can remain free of injury.
"He can score goals and they're important, players like that," said Snodin. "It would be nice if we can keep Charlie fully fit until the end of the season."
On the fitness front, Snodin revealed that there are a "couple of niggles", but nothing serious.