Winner Westcarr worked his socks off - Sheridan
Chesterfield manager John Sheridan was pleased that Craig Westcarr turned out to be the match-winner in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final at Wembley.
Westcarr, a first-half substitute after 36-year-old captain Jack Lester limped off with a groin injury, missed two earlier opportunities against Swindon, including a one-on-one that appeared simpler than the chance he tucked away to make it 2-0 in stoppage time.
When asked what he thought about that miss Sheridan said: "I thought 'what are you doing, why are you not hitting the target?' because he has been finishing really well in training every day this week and he is one of the best finishers at the club.
"He strikes the ball very well and I was just surprised he did what he did. I don't mind people missing chances but when they don't hit the target when they should be hitting the target, that is what disappoints me."
But Sheridan, now a Wembley winner as both a player and a manager, went on to praise 27-year-old Westcarr.
"I am pleased he kept going and I thought he played really well when he came on," the Spireites boss added. "I left him out of the side and didn't start with him so he would have been disappointed. But he showed a great attitude and I thought he played really well and was a handful and worked his socks off."