Chesterfield have set their sights on achieving what no other team in League Two has done this season on Saturday - win at Morecambe.
The Spireites travel to the north west eager to bounce back from their derby disappointment at the hands of arch-rivals Mansfield Town.
But will come up against a side who have made the Globe Arena a fortress, with two wins and two draws from their four home games this campaign.
And Paul Cook’s league leaders are under no illusions over the size of their task, as they look to remain top of the pile.
Chesterfield midfielder Sam Morsy said: “We’re bitterly disappointed to have lost the derby to Mansfield but we’ll have to put things right on Saturday.
“I think we’re playing good football but it’s going to be a long season. We’ve set really high standards for ourselves and we’ve got two great games coming up to put things right.”
The Spireites are unbeaten on the road with ten points from a possible 12, including wins at Bury, Portsmouth and Oxford United.
While the club has linked up with Staveley Miners Welfare of the Northern Counties East League Premier. The move will see the Spireites’ youth team use Staveley’s facilities and play some fixtures at Inkersall Road.