Chesterfield boss Paul Cook said his players were a "credit to the club" after their 4-1 victory over Cheltenham in League Two on Tuesday.
Cook's side cruised to back-to-back wins at the Proact Stadium through goals from Chris Atkinson, Sam Togwell, Marc Richards and Jack Lester with Kaid Mohamed replying for the visitors.
Cook said: "The shape, balance of our team and passing was first-class.
"You must respect Cheltenham, they are a very strong team in this league but at times our passing and desire to get on the second ball was absolutely terrific.
"The lads were a credit to the club but we won't get carried away, we've said we just want to improve and we want our fans to be confident in the fact we are going to work hard. Along the way we will have bad results but if we all stick together we will have a good chance of having success.
"You must have competition for places and you must fear for your place in the team. You need a depth of squad to have success and it proved we have a nice balance to the squad."