Chesterfield manager John Sheridan was happy to see his side maintain their unbeaten start to the season following a 1-1 draw at winless Macclesfield.
It had seemed that the Spireites would leave with the points after Craig Davies outmuscled the home defence to drill his side ahead from eight yards after 66 minutes.
But Macclesfield responded out of the blue in the 74th minute when overlapping left-back Carl Tremarco produced a pinpoint low cross for livewire striker Emile Sinclair to clip home from eight yards.
Sheridan said: "It's great to maintain the unbeaten record and come away from home and get a point but I'm still disappointed that having taken the lead we didn't manage to go on and win the game.
"I'm not saying we deserved to win or that we were by far the better side but teams like Notts County and Bournemouth managed to hold onto 1-0 wins last season and that's how you get out of this Division.
"I'm still looking to bring in one more player before the window; probably a centre-half. If you look at Simon Ford and Ian Breckin they're experienced professionals but they're at the age when they're getting knocks and they could only train for a couple of days this week so I certainly need cover."