TOWN’S unbeaten run stretched into a sixth game on Saturday as a last-minute Luke Norris penalty saved their blushes.

After battling against poor referring decisions in the first half Town really found their feet at the start of the second 45 minutes and played some great football, leading to a superb goal scored by Timi Elsnik.

But as soon as the visitors levelled the game up, Town lost all their confidence and never looked like scoring from open play.

Thankfully, a mistake from Scott Wiseman gifted Town a point that looked out of their grasp in the final ten minutes of the game.

Chesterfield looked far from the side that are currently propping up the entire Football League as they stifled Town’s best attacking options in Kaiyne Woolery and Keshi Anderson throughout the afternoon.

After impressing last week away at Bristol Rovers in the Checkatrade Trophy it was good to see Woolery finally given a chance to show what he is capable of in a Town shirt.

When he burst onto the scene with his goal against Exeter City at the County Ground, I was convinced this was the man to lead us to League Two glory.

But since his debut the former Forest Green man has barely seen any minutes on the pitch.

It’s clear that David Flitcroft doesn’t see him as a regular starter, which is a mistake in my view as Kaiyne’s pace and an eye for goal are huge assets that need to be used more than once every few games.

Another player who needs to play every game is goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux.

After serving his four-game suspension, I presumed the former Liverpool keeper would return, but he hasn’t seen a single minute of action since, and now doesn’t even appear on the bench.

It’s clear to everyone that something isn’t quite right, and whatever the situation someone needs to explain what’s going on and whether we will see him play for Town again.

Reice Charles-Cook has done well since making his debut, making some crucial saves, but he isn’t yet of the same standard as our number one.

Let’s hope we get some clarity on the situation soon.