Chesterfield manager John Pemberton has said the club may look to bring in cover for injured Nathan Tyson.
The experienced forward is currently sidelined with a hamstring injury, having featured three times in the National League this season for the Spireites.
Pemberton said in his Thursday press conference: “Tyson has a hamstring problem; we actually thought it was more serious at first than it is. It’s one of those, we just have to take it day by day and we just have to move on from it.
“We’re always looking to bring players in; you’re not doing your job properly if you’re not looking all the time. With Tyson out, we could maybe do with some cover, we will see, it might be something we look into.”