Webb eyes strong end to season

Ahead of the Spireites’ away trip to Wealdstone, assistant manager Danny Webb gave his thoughts on the Stones.

Speaking to the media, he said: “Wealdstone had a great result last night. Us as staff have watched their last two games because we could.

“I thought they had a right go against Southend and at 2-0 down against Dorking, they showed some real character to come back.

“They are a team that’s fighting. Sam Cox has gone in as an interim and has galvanised them.

“We’re obviously the favourites going down there, and they will be a real tough opponent.”

Chesterfield have lost the two games following promotion back to the EFL and Webb has reiterated the want to win at the football club.

“One thing that I’m sure the gaffer wants to do is win the next three games,” Webb said. “We wanted to go to York after winning the league and create a party atmosphere and it wasn’t to be.

“We then had 8,500 here against Kidderminster and didn’t turn up. We’ve had two really flat days at the office.

“It’s been a wonderful season; we can’t forget that. We want to finish the season performing like we have for most of the season.”

Webb gave an update on the fitness of the squad going into the game after suffering a couple of knocks and injuries in the past couple of weeks.

He said: “We will be without Will Grigg and probably Ryan Colclough. James Berry is doing a bit of running today to see how he is.

“Everyone else is close. Jamie Grimes had a sore hamstring and Ash Palmer was struggling with a muscle injury – but they are back training.”