Chesterfield boss John Sheridan admits the start of the season has been 'nowhere near good enough' so far but believes his players are capable of putting it right,
The spireites will be looking for their first win of the season at the eighth time of asking when they face Dagenham and Redbridge tomorrow.
Sheridan told Peak FM: "we have to get on each others' backs a lot more on the pitch. It's missing big time at the moment and I think you need it, especially with the position we're in at the moment. You can't just keep letting things go by.
"I've probably messed with my team too much because of the uncertainty of who I want to play. I've got to look at myself and put a stamp on it and go with what I think will get us results and give us a performance where we're going to win a game.
"There's plenty of time to turn it around and you're only a couple of wins from getting back in the mix but we're not naive. We've got to get our first win.
"No one has shown me enough to think 'I've got to pick you today' so I've got to try and get a system and stick to it. Whether we play poorly I've got to stick to beliefs a little bit more in how I want us to play and that is something I'm going to do."