After the Spireites’ defeat to Bromley, defender Will Evans spoke to Spireites Digital and admitted that the current run of form is frustrating as Chesterfield are still in search of their first win.
“It’s very frustrating with the run of form we are in,” he said.
“To get back into the game, we were on top and I thought the momentum was with us.
“To concede within 15 seconds is criminal really and we need to assess the situation.
“The gaffer can work on defending goals like the second one all week and we do.
“Once we go on the field of play it’s down to us.
“It doesn’t matter what we do in training we have just got to stay switched on.”
Liam Mandeville scored a wonderfully taken goal as he struck a half volley into the top right corner of the net to level the scores.
When asked about the attacker, Evans claimed that everyone at the club has high hopes for the 22-year-old.
“I know the gaffer has got big expectations for him. We all have because we see him in training every day,” explained Evans.
“He’s a very good player.
“I think he just needs to get a grip of the league and what this league is about.”
Next up for the Spireites is a home game against Torquay United on Saturday and the defender outlined what he and the rest of the team will look to work on, by saying: “I think we just need to take the positives.
“I know there wasn’t many but there were some.
“We scored a goal and actually played well in patches.
“We’ve got to sustain those patches and cut out the silly mistakes.
“We have to organise each other and demand more from each other.”