Spireites boss John Sheridan says he’s going to step up his work rate in an attempt to kick-start his team’s season.
With just two points from six games, Chesterfield are next to bottom as they prepare to visit fellow strugglers Bournemouth.
He said: “Everyone knows I want to win every game. I want to do well with this club, I believe I’ll do well with them and I’ll carry on doing what I think is right. If I fail, I fail. But I’ve got a good bunch of lads and we can start winning games. We’ll work very hard to do that.”
He added: “We’ve got a tough game at Bournemouth and like us, they’re probably thinking they could have got eight or nine points by now. We all say the same old thing.
“We should have beaten Orient, beaten Stevenage, we should have got something at Tranmere and Exeter, so we could be stood here with nine points and we’d all be very pleased. But we’ve not, so we need to carry on, work hard and try and get the results we’re after.”
Lee Bradbury’s Cherries have won one and lost five of their six League Two games to date as they’re attempting to prize striker James Constable away from Oxford United ahead of the game.