DAGENHAM & Redbridge manager John Still feels his side need to "go back to playing their own game", after a disappointing display at Chester, writes Matt Diner.

Still believes the players need to play more for each other, as they did last season on their way to promotion as Conference champions.

He said: "We need to play more as a team. Maybe we need to look at the process, but essentially we need to play more for each other."

Daggers went in at half-time 0-0 at Chester, but capitulated in the second period as the hosts made light work of the Essex club to win 4-0.

The club sit bottom of the Football League, although Still says he has been happy with the team's performances up until the second half at The Deva Stadium.

They entertain Lincoln City, a team renouned for their physical, direct play, on Saturday and Still said: "I'm not worried about Lincoln. We have to worry about ourselves.

"We need to start playing the way we play, and the way that got us promoted last season. I have been very pleased with the way we have performed up until Saturday but we need to carry that forward."

Dagenham were missing key midfielder David Rainford as well as the strike partnership of Jon Nurse and last season's top marksman Paul Benson.

Still is not sure when they will be back in the side.

"None of them will be fit for Saturday and to be honest I don't know when they will be," he said.