“It’s time to get back on track”

Danny Webb spoke about the need to bounce back after the disappointing 2-1 defeat to Southend United at the weekend.

Speaking to 1866 Sport, he said: “It was a hugely disappointing result. The manager always says that he looks for the performance first and sadly the performance wasn’t there either.

“Southend were worthy winners because they scored two and we scored one. Their goals were very avoidable from our perspective.

“The good thing is that we’ve got a game on Tuesday, straight away. Everyone knows we weren’t quite at the races and it’s time to get back on track.”

Woking currently find themselves in 17th place in the National League and also without a manager after Darren Sarll’s dismissal.

However, the assistant manager highlighted the threat the Cards have posed to Chesterfield in recent years.

Webb said: “They had a good season last year and for whatever reason they haven’t been able to fire on all cylinders this year.

“With us coming into town, they will be willing to cause an upset. I know Ian [Dyer], who’s caretaker manager, and he knows their club inside and out.

“I’ve had good and bad experiences at Woking and hopefully it can be a great come 10pm on Tuesday night.”

The squad have stayed down south between the Southend and Woking games in order to avoid fatigue from travel.

Webb explained the benefits that come with the decision and his gratitude to the board, sponsors and supporters, saying: “It’s been really good; the club has backed us. We’ve been ever so professional.

“We’ve stayed down in Burnham and then back to Chesterfield after the game.

“It sums up the club and the backing to give the players the best chance. Apart from Southend and Altrincham, the boys have certainly repaid and hopefully that continues on Tuesday.”