The Spireites host King’s Lynn Town on Tuesday (7.45pm) and Rowe believes that the fixture will be a tough one despite the visitors’ unsteady run of form.
He said: “They have got an experienced coach and we definitely won’t underestimate them. It was a tough time at their place. We scored two later on in the game.
“We need to make sure we bring the energy tomorrow. We’re at home and we need to put our home form right.
“Credit to King’s Lynn, they haven’t given up. They’re playing full-bloodily in all the minutes that they are playing.
“I’ve watched their games back and they’re still trying to play in their own identity. I’m sure they are building towards next year and they are going to come here and give it a right go.”
With just four games of the regular season to go, Rowe spoke about wanting to achieve something for the community.
“It’s important that we really take advantage now,” he said. “We are giving some hope to the community and that’s what we wanted to do here.
“We’ve now got these remaining games where we can achieve something and it’s an exciting place to be.”
Fraser Kerr was forced off against Woking with an injury just 17 minutes into Saturday’s game, adding to Chesterfield’s injury woes.
Talking about the defender’s injury, Rowe said. “He’s got a scan today. We’ll know more within the next 24 hours, so we’ll probably be able to update everybody after the game tomorrow.
“I don’t want to weep too much about. We’ve got a strong squad and whoever gets the opportunity tomorrow needs to take it because we are at the crunch time.”