Chester City chairman Stephen Vaughan: 'We are back in the Football League and gone are the days when Chester City would be the laughing stock. I feel now we can emulate Doncaster and win that third division next year.'
Chester manager Mark Wright: 'This rates very, very highly among my footballing experiences, if not the top,' he said. 'This is the first thing I have won as a manager and it's fantastic. Don't forget, Doncaster didn't go up as champions and they have gone up through the next league.
'If we emulate them, it would be great for the Conference because to get out of the Conference is a major, major feat with so many good sides in here. For what the boys have done, I thank them.'
Striker Michael Twiss: 'It has been a long, hard season and it is great to end it like this and go up as champions. The lads have worked hard and deserve it.'
Ever-present defender Danny Collins: 'I have enjoyed every minute of it since I came into the team. My dad is a Chester fan, I am a Chester lad and I used to watch them when they were in the third division.'
Physiotherapist Joe Hinnigan: 'I would like to put in a special word for our club doctors and everyone at the Countess of Chester Hospital who has helped us. They have given us great support and are invaluable at this football club, and don't forget out former doctors Mike Swallow and Jim Kane who supported us for 25 years. They will be raising a glass to us.'
Substitute Andy Harris: 'I feel bad for Michael Twiss but I'm glad he got a whack around the head because it gave me the chance to play 45 minutes and I felt I contributed. When I signed, I felt it was worth taking a step back to take two steps forward.'
Skipper Paul Carden: 'Four years ago I played in the team which went down and it was the worst feeling ever, but to achieve what we have is unbelievable. There is no reason why we can't do what Doncaster have done.'
Substitute goalkeeper Andy Woods: 'It has been fantastic just to be involved with the club. It has been a brilliant experience. It is a privilege to be with two other great keepers. Wayne Brown is a legend here and Iain Turner has done really well.'
Midfielder Ben Davies: 'The fans have been great all season and they deserve this. We have all worked very hard for this.
Australian defender Scott Guyett: 'It is going to take time to sink in. My dad was listening on the internet back in Australia and he will be over the moon.
Defender Phil Bolland: 'After losing in the play-offs last season, to win the title now is fantastic. It doesn't get much better than this.
'I can look forward to adding to my 30 league appearances, hopefully against my old team Oxford.'
Top scorer Daryl Clare: 'It was a pity we couldn't have put on a better performance, but the league is won on points not performances. I am made up for Darryn Stamp who has had a cracking season and been a brilliant foil for me. I am proud of the way I caught up with everyone else after missing the start of the season.'