He says their immediate aim is to stop shipping goals.
Chesterfield captain Robbie Weir says they're working hard to ensure their survival in the national league.
The Spireites have seen an upturn in form since the return of manager John Sheridan, but have only picked one point up in their last 2 outings.
Weir says he's been enjoying the midfield role Sheridan has given him;
"It's a position I'm enjoying. I've been doing okay, I'm not going to praise myself too much because I've just been doing okay. There's still a lot of work to be done."
"It's disappointing that we've conceded six goals in our last two games, but as a team we're working hard to put that right."
The Spireites have a crucial game away at Havant and Waterloovile tomorrow.