Danny Hall, Mark Allott, Jack Lester, Drew Talbot and Donal McDermott all netted to help the home side leapfrog Albion in the League Two table.
And afterwards Wright, speaking because Spireites boss John Sheridan was suffering from conjunctivitis, said: "We've probably been a bit too reliant on goals from Jack Lester in the past.
"So it was nice to have five different scorers. That was a particularly pleasing factor. We're trying to be entertaining and score goals. We're playing some good stuff at home and we like scoring. We've been very exciting here this season and we're delighted.
"The idea is for this club to be challenging at the top and hopefully we can keep it going.
"We're disappointed with some of the goals we've been conceding. The players are working hard in training and hopefully we will start achieving more clean sheets. The only other minus is that we let Burton back in it at 2-1 but then we managed to get the ball down and counter attack them."