The Spireites have signed striker Joe Quigley from National League rivals Yeovil Town for an undisclosed fee
After agreeing a contract until 2024, Quigley said: “It’s a massive club and I’ve joined at a good time.
“It’s a Football League set-up – the club’s too big to be in this league so we’ve got to try and get out of it.”
James Rowe is delighted to have added the player to his squad. He said: “Joe has big potential and he joins an environment here where I am sure he can fulfil that in the coming years.
“He is focused on achieving in the short-term this season with us and I am sure our fans will give him a warm welcome at the Technique Stadium tomorrow. See you then.”
Quigley, 25, began his career at Bournemouth and had a number of loan spells before joining Maidstone United in 2018.
He then played for Bromley and Dagenham & Redbridge before signing for Yeovil in 2020.
The Republic of Ireland Under-21 international will wear the number 27 shirt.