Following his dramatic late winner in the 3-2 victory against Wrexham yesterday, midfielder Curtis Weston describes how much that winner meant to him and the Spireites.
He said: “To be fair I did have a little look over because I didn’t think it was in, to be honest with you. That’s just the way our luck has been this season.
“I think we needed that little rub of the green and after that the feeling was amazing. To get those three points with just a minute left in the game, for the boys and for the team I’m really happy.
“Hopefully this will end up being one of the most important goals I do score. There’s just no feeling like it.”
Along with the goal, Weston provided a pivotal part in the win also grabbing an assist for Tom Denton’s equaliser to make it 1-1.
The midfielder gave his opinion on the game as a whole, by saying: “We all made some individual errors. I think I passed on back to their striker and he almost scored but I think we’re just trying to cut them out as we go.
“We are still in the back end of having a bad first half of the season, so it’s going to take a bit of time. Apart from that, I think we were on top and we played some good football.
“I think the result, in the end, it is probably a fair result."
Since caretaker manager John Pemberton returned to the Proact Stadium, Chesterfield have won three out of their last five games.
The 33-year-old talked about the impact Pemberton has had since taking over: “Training is a little bit different to how it was.
“Obviously, when a new manager comes in, it just freshens things up. In training, we are working a lot more on organisation.
“Everyone is trying to impress again, it’s like a clean slate and everyone is ready to go. We are getting better slowly.
“We just need to be quicker because we haven’t got a lot of games left but we are working hard at that,” Weston said.