NATHAN CLARKE wasn't even born the last time Town scored a League victory at Saltergate.
That was 22 years ago when Mark Lillis was on target in a 1-0 success for a promotion-winning Town line-up.
Tomorrow, the 21-year-old Clarke skippers Town for the first time and would love to immediately replicate the result of those 1982-83 heroes and, indeed, their promotion prospects in the not too distant future.
A solid 90 minutes tomorrow is uppermost in his mind, however, and the classy centre-back will be fully focused from the moment he leads out the line against Wayne Allison and Co.
"We need to get back on track away from home and a win against Chesterfield would be the ideal start," said Clarke, noting Town have not won on their travels in 2005.
"Their recent home form hasn't been so good so, hopefully, we can capitalise on that and pick up the points with a good performance.
"We've got a good squad and some quality players and it is frustrating that we aren't higher up the table, but hopefully we can finish the season strongly and get a decent run under our belts.
"People have been talking for a while about getting a run together and making a late push for the play-offs, but my first thought is to get a couple of wins together.
"We haven't won back-to-back for a long time, so my thinking is to win a couple of games, make sure we are absolutely safe from any possible late threat and then take things from there."
Clarke - who came off in the derby defeat at Bradford suffering a knee injury - is delighted to be feeling fit and strong and to be playing alongside his 17-year-old brother Tom in the Town back line.
"I am pleased with my form at the moment and I'm happy my injury from last week has cleared up, because I want a good, long run in the side," he said.
"I don't remember getting a knock or anything like that, but my knee just started stiffening up and I couldn't really carry on.
"I got some ice on it during the Sunday and, by Monday, I was able to join in training without any problem, which was a big relief.
"Hopefully I can keep playing well, especially as Tom is enjoying his matches with the first team and his training with the full squad.
"It's a different position for him to play at the moment, left-back, but he's been doing well and it's good experience for him.
"It's the same with all the young lads who have come into the team. They've all been a credit to the manager and to the club and they will benefit from having the chance to play these games."
On the captaincy, Clarke added: "It will be a special moment when I lead the lads out.
"I've had the armband thrown at me a couple of times when people have gone off, but I've never run out first and gone up for the formalities, so that will be great.
"I'll enjoy it a lot more, though, if we win!"
Chesterfield - Muggleton, Bailey, Blatherwick, Evatt, Nicholson, Allott, Hudson, Davies, Niven, DeBolla, McMaster, Richmond, Allison, Logan, Downes, Dawson.
Town - Rachubka, Holdsworth, T Clarke, N Clarke, Mirfin, Brandon, Collins, Carss, Ahmed, Booth, Facey, Abbott, Brown, E Sodje, Mendes, McAliskey, Senior, Schofield, Lloyd, Yates, Edwards, McCombe.
Referee - Brian Curson (Leicester).