GOAL hero Andy Booth says Town are full of confidence for tonight's Galpharm clash with Chesterfield (7.45).
The 30-year-old frontman - who was on the scoresheet in Saturday's dramatic 3-2 win against Stockport at Edgeley Park - reckons Peter Jackson's side are still riding high.
And he's determined that Town will go into next Monday's Sky televised home meeting with Hartlepool on maximum points.
"Saturday was a big game for the club and to get our first win on the board in a tough away game was a fantastic boost for the lads," said Booth, who netted a late equaliser before setting up the stoppage-time winner for Pawel Abbott.
"If we'd lost that game we would have been looking at the Chesterfield match as a `must win' game, but now we can just go out and look to continue with the excellent home form we've had for the last 12 months.
"We've got some tremendous players at this club and the lads are very confident in themselves - as was shown in a tough test on Saturday.
"I think we will surprise a lot of teams in League I this season and do very well, and we don't see any reason why we can't beat Chesterfield and go into next week's match against Hartlepool with six points on the board."
Booth accepts it won't be easy as Chesterfield - without injured Wayne Allison leading their line - started with a fine win of their own, 3-1 against Brentford at Saltergate.
He believes, however, that vocal backing can help tip the balance in Town's first home appearance since they won promotion.
"The fans were fantastic on Saturday and they loved it when we came back to win the game," said Booth.
"We had a great following over there and I'm sure they will come in their thousands for our first home game.
"It would be great to reward them with another win.
"At Stockport, it looked like we could come back with nothing when we were 2-1 down so close to the end, but the lads stuck at it.
"The conditions were ridiculously hot and the grass was long, but we are so strong and fit that we overcame that and grabbed a couple of late goals.
"I thought we thoroughly deserved it because of the way we battled through.
"There didn't seem to be any space on the pitch, we couldn't get Danny Schofield into the game and we couldn't seem to get the ball down and play.
"But we've got tremendous team spirit, we kept on working hard and, in the end, we made a fantastic start to the season. If we can follow it on now, that will be perfect."
Chesterfield - (from): Muggleton, Bailey, Blatherwick, Evatt, Nicholson, Allott, Hudson, Niven, Innes, Smith, De Bolla, Davies, Folan, N'Toya, O'Hare, Richmond.
Town - (from): Senior, Holdsworth, Edwards, Sodje, Yates, Mirfin, Worthington, Schofield, Carss, Booth, Mendes, Brandon, Abbott, Fowler, Clarke, Brown, Lloyd, McAliskey.
Referee - Phil Joslin (Notts).