Assistant-manager Danny Webb praised the side following their 3-1 win over Dorking Wanderers despite them not being at their best.
Kabongo Tshimanga gave the Spireites the lead from the spot in the second minute of stoppage time, slotting the ball into the bottom right.
Dorking equalised in the 58th minute though James McShane, when the ball was pulled back to him inside the penalty area and he calmly slotted the ball past Ross Fitzsimons.
The Spireites regained the lead in the 84th minute. Jeff King drilled the ball across goal from the right-hand side and the ball found its way to the back post and Armando Dobra was there to tap it in.
Substitute Joe Quigley doubled the lead in the 86th minute. Liam Mandeville drove into the box from the left-hand side and gave the ball to Quigley, who turned in the box and slotted the ball into the bottom corner.
After the match, Webb said: “Delighted with the three points, delighted with the win, delighted when the final whistle came. Not over-delighted with the performance from 0 to 90. But like I always say and will continue to say, to win this year, you have to win when sometimes you haven’t played that well.
“There were some good moments in the game, we started really well, it was great for Kabs and Quigs our two centre forwards to get on the scoresheet. The subs came on and showed loads of positive but lots of things we want to get better on as well.
“A slight disappointment for me at times was that we were a little bit wasteful in the final third with that final pass or shooting when we should have made an extra pass, or visa versa.
“I thought Palms and Grimes did ever so well at the back and then obviously you’re looking for the quality of your Dobras and Quigleys to win us the game.”