John Sheridan is taking nothing for granted ahead of the weekend trip to struggling Hereford United.
The Spireites manager said: “It’s tight at the bottom. It’s an awkward place to go but we’ll go there and, like any game in this league, look to earn the right to get what we want from the game. We’ll be working very hard to try and get a positive result.”
Dwayne Mattis is expected to be fit for the match after being subbed late on in the win over Port Vale.
The central defender made his first start in six weeks after recovering from a calf injury but didn’t quite make the full 90.
On loan left-back Scott Griffiths, out at the weekend with a hamstring problem, could come back into contention. There will also be plenty of competition to see who comes in for Jack Lester, who tends not to start away from home.
Winger Kieran Djilali, Ian Morris and Derek Niven are the trio that will be hoping for the call from their manager for the imminent Edgar Street encounter.
Mark Allott, man of the match in the Vale win, said: “We want to do it (secure promotion) as quickly as possible, but the cliché is right -take every game as it comes.”