Goalkeeper Alex Lynch says the Chester FC squad are low on confidence, although some may not wish to admit it.

With 11 National League games played so far this season Chester sit fourth from bottom and four points from safety following the 4-0 thrashing at Dover Athletic on Saturday .

The dismal start to the season saw Jon McCarthy sacked as Blues boss and Tom Shaw has been acting as caretaker boss for the past three games as the club looks for a new manager.

And with the new man expected to be named in the next couple of days and in charge for the home clash with Maidenhead United on Saturday, his arrival will hopefully bring about a confidence boost to a side for whom losing matches become a habit.

Said Lynch: “It will be a bit of a confidence thing, although people might not admit that we are low on confidence. A new manager coming in might just give us that lift and hopefully we can get back on track and start pushing up the table.”

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