After the Spireites’ comfortable 3-0 win at home to Yeovil Town, assistant manager George Foster gave his thoughts on the game.
He said: “I think the first thing is we showed them respect with our preparation. We knew it was going to be a difficult game but we felt that if we perform to our maximum, we were capable of winning the game.
“We knew how important three points were to us. I think the lads have answered all the questions today with their performance.
“[In the first half] we felt we could have moved the ball quicker, which I think we showed in the second half.
“Listening to the Yeovil players and management, I think they fancied their chances coming here today and we showed them the respect that we felt they deserved.”
James Rowe stayed with the same back-line that started against Eastleigh in midweek with Will Evans and Haydn Hollis both missing out.
Foster believes there is a tremendous amount of depth, saying: “It’s so difficult now because we have got such a good squad.
“The manager has said all along that we are going to use all of the squad for the remainder of the season.
“We’ve got so many games coming up. In management when you’ve got a team selection problem, I think it shows you’ve got a quality squad.
With Chesterfield two points away from the play-off spots, Foster talked about what the squad and management have to do until the end of the season.
“We take it one game at a time,” Foster said. “This game is gone and the manager is in his office preparing for the next game. This is finished. This job is done. Let’s prepare for the next one.
“Where this squad takes us, only time will tell. All we can do is keep winning games. The last five or six games, we’ve played against teams play-off positions and teams in-form.
“If we carry on like we are, we can be right up amongst it. There’s so much excitement and positivity, but we have got to keep our feet on the floor.”