After Chesterfield’s 2-1 defeat at home to Woking on Tuesday night, manager John Sheridan stated that he was disappointed with his side's performance.
“I wouldn't say it was a really bad performance but the result is bad,” he said.
“Full credit to Woking. We had lots of possession in the first half and had a lot of the ball without creating too many opportunities.
“The play was too slow and the performance wasn’t good enough to win the game.
“We passed it alright at times.
“I think the only time we played with any endeavour and pace about us was in the last 20 minutes when we were 2-0 down.
“We shouldn’t be losing at home.”
The Chesterfield boss went onto claim that he believes he has capable players in his squad, however, explained that they need to show their abilities on a more regular basis.
“If you’re not winning games it’s not nice to look at even though it’s only four games into the season,” explained Sheridan.
“I think we’ve got good enough players but we aren’t showing it.
“We should be doing a lot better.”
Sheridan finished off by putting forward that he is looking to bring new players in before the Spireites’ next fixture against Barnet on Saturday, by saying: “It’s difficult trying to bring people in.
“We’ll hopefully bring in one or two additions which is what we need more than anything.”