Assistant manager Danny Webb gave his thoughts on the midweek draw against Wealdstone ahead of Saturday’s home clash with Oldham Athletic.
Speaking to the media, Webb said: “We’ve got to look forward. Initially you do your analysis and look back on the game but when you’re in a bad run, you’ve got to look forward.
“You’ve got to look what you can do better but ultimately, it’s about getting those three points sooner rather than later.
“The benefit of the Tuesday-Saturday games and them coming fast is before you know it you’ve got a game to put things right.
“So, did it go massively wrong the other night? No. Could it have gone a lot better? Of course, it could. So, we have got to make sure we put it right against Oldham tomorrow.”
Webb spoke about the strengths that David Unsworth and his Oldham side possess, saying: “They are strong and physical. They are obviously all fighting for the chance to be in this league next year.
“They’ve got some good players – a lot of players. They’ve recruited players that are proven at this level.
“There is pressure on them in that sense from their own supporters. They are a big club with big expectations.
“We do our research, but it is about us really. We’ve got to make sure we get our goalscoring back on track and stop conceding the first goal.”
Oldham are one of the many ex-Football League teams in the National League along with Chesterfield that are seeing bumper crowds every week.
Webb spoke about how every team in the league provides a different challenge for Paul Cook’s side.
He said: “They are getting seven or eight thousand a week. Our crowds are ridiculous – same with Notts County and Wrexham.
“It’s not non-league. Let’s get it right – it’s a big league. But then again, you play teams like Wealdstone the other night, who are notoriously a non-league team, and they gave us a good game.
“We can’t take anything for granted and certainly not against an Oldham team tomorrow, who have got their own things to worry about. They want to stay in this league.”