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If ever proof was needed that team spirit is high in the Chester FC camp then this morning provided it.
Blues keeper Liam Roberts tried manfully to answer questions from the press this morning but some of his teammates had other ideas.
But in between Craig Mahon's cries of 'I miss Worsnop' and Evan Horwood's constant tooting of the car horn, Roberts spoke on the current clean sheet record for the Blues, which currently stands at six games.
"We've all come along way since the start of the season," said Roberts.
"We look a lot more confident in the shape and we seem to have gelled a lot more. We have stayed solid. In the first five or six games you could see we weren't gelling as much as we are now."
With Jon Worsnop having left for pastures new, Roberts, on loan from Walsall, has been handed a run of games in between the sticks having shared the duties for much of the season and he believes it can only be good for his development.
"When you get a consecutive run of games then you can start to develop your game management," he said.
"We have done really well in the last couple of games and hopefully we can continue that.
"There are a few characters but it is a great squad that we have got."
Chester host Torquay United on Saturday (3pm) looking to go seven games unbeaten in the National League.