“We’ll have a big crowd backing us and we have to produce”

Danny Webb is expecting a physical game from a Dagenham & Redbridge side that will come to the SMH Group Stadium after three wins on the bounce.

Speaking to the media, he said: “I think it’s always physical no matter who you are playing. I think [Ben Strevens] knows the league very well from his time at Eastleigh.

“He seems to have turned a corner after a poor start. Three wins on the trot is great at any level.

“They’ll bring an element of physicality, good individual play, good shape – all those buzz words we use as coaches.

“At the end of the day, they are a good team. We’ll have a big crowd backing us and we have to produce.”

The Spireites are currently joint top of the scoring charts in the top six divisions of English football.

However, they are still without a clean sheet and that is the next priority for the side.

Webb said: “I think there is a list of priorities – first is results, which have been very good. That’s the first tick.

“After that, we are scoring so many goals and creating things. That’s another tick and we’ve conceded too many goals.

“The clean sheets have yet to be ticked. We’re aware of that, the players are aware of that and everybody is aware of that.

“We’re scoring nearly three goals a game and we’ve conceded about two a game. It’s always better to be in the plus column but as a team we want some clean sheets.”

Jeff King came off against Aldershot Town midway through the second half due to a knock.

Webb gave an update on the right-back as well as a couple of other injured players, saying: “He’s okay; he’s been training. I think he whacked his hamstring and the nerves in his legs. I think he’s okay.

“Bailey Clements is back now doing some light training. He’ll be fully back with the group from Monday.

“Ryheem Sheckleford is still a couple of weeks away, sadly. Apart from that, we are okay.”