Ahead of the Spireites’ trip to Hayes Lane to take on fellow play-off hopefuls Bromley on Tuesday (7.45pm), Curtis Weston talked about wanting to ‘put things right’.
He said: “We’ll go into tomorrow confident. We want to and win the game. If it goes our way tomorrow, you are looking at a different table so tomorrow’s massive.
“We made some individual errors over those two games that we lost. We’ve looked at those and we’ll go into tomorrow with a gameplan. I think it will be a different game.
“We want to put things right, get revenge I suppose. They came here and beat us on our own turf, so we want to do it to them.”
The 35-year-old picked up a sore Achilles in the previous game against Tuesday’s opponents and has monitored it on a game-by-game basis.
“It’s settling down after games,” Weston said. “As the manager said, I’m working quite closely with the physios. They’ve been great just trying to get me through game to game.
“I’m managing it game to game and training session to training session. It’s not ideal with the games coming thick and fast. I’ve just got to take it one day at a time.”
With just eight games to go, the play-off picture is extremely close with several clubs fighting for a spot and Weston knows that there is a lot still to happen before the picture becomes clearer.
“There’s plenty of games to play and there’s going to be some bits and pieces going on. That’s the exciting thing about football,” he said.
“There’s some big fixtures around us with Notts County and Eastleigh. The next couple of games after tomorrow are massive too, as they all are.”