Assistant manager Glynn Snodin says that everyone must remain positive as Chesterfield go in search of their first win of the season this weekend.
Ahead of the trip to Barnet, Snodin said: “We’re not going to get downbeat, we’re not going to get disheartened.
“When we first came in, we had clean sheets galore and that’s what we got to get back to. We’ve got to be hard to beat, we’ve got to be ruthless.
“This group is a lovely group of players, but we don’t want to them to be nice on the pitch. We want them to be horrible to play against. That means being difficult and keeping clean sheets. That’s what good teams that go and get promotion do.
“Between the two boxes, that’s where you win and lose your games. We’ve got to get better at both ends.”