Chester FC boss Jon McCarthy was pleased with the performance of his Blues side as they registered a comfortable 2-0 success at home to struggling Guiseley last night.
Kane Richards gave the Blues the lead on 50 minutes before Tom Shaw doubled the advantage from the spot eight minutes later to hand Chester their third home win of the season.
And the Chester manager was pleased with how his side handled the pressure at home against a side who are rock bottom of the National League and yet to win a game this season.
"In some respects the performances against Forest Green and Aldershot were easier for the players," said McCarthy.
"It was really pleasing. I know how it would go if we didn't get that result and I know I would have to lift the place and now we can really kick on."
Chester are back in action at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium on Saturday when they host another side who have had a difficult start to the season with Braintree Town the visitors (3pm).