Jordan Chapell says the squad will head to Dover this weekend full of confidence following their ‘perfect’ start to the 2015-16 season.
The 23-year-old has made an instant impact at Chester since arriving from Torquay United at the start of last month .
Having been one of the best performers in pre-season, the winger has taken that form into the new campaign.
“It’s the perfect start with two wins from two and two clean sheets so we can’t ask for much more,” said Chapell.
“It’s not just me, I think all the new lads have gelled well together and it was good to get on the scoresheet at Halifax and get a goal.
“I knew a couple of lads before I came here, obviously in Ross Hannah and Dale Tonge from playing with them previously, so I think that’s helped but we’ve all settled in really well with the rest of the boys.
“It’s nice to get off the mark in the second game and I want to carry that on through the season now.
“All the boys are flying in training and you can see in the games how well we’ve gelled together so we’re all confident we can go to Dover and get another win.”
LOOK: Images from Chester's 1-0 win at FC Halifax Town
Halifax had huge trouble dealing with Chester’s right side of Chapell and full-back Ryan Higgins at The Shay on Tuesday night.
The pair have forged a good understanding in a matter of weeks and Chapell expects that combination to develop as the season goes on.
“We’re getting to know the runs we both like and he’s picked up on where I like him to play the ball so I think we’re gelling really well,” said Chapell.
“I come back and try to help him as much as I can, and it gives me the option that when I’m going inside, I always know Ryan’s on the outside so if I run into trouble then he’s there to play off and it helps me massively.
“It means I can cut in and in the Braintree game I hit a better shot with my left foot that hit the bar and then at Halifax I hit a scruffy one that manages to go in and that’s the way it usually goes.”