Hallam Hope on the Exeter game and scoring goalsWe spoke to forward Hallam Hope following the eventful game at Exeter at the weekend.
"We wanted the three points before the game," he told us. "Even after the game, we were a bit disappointed we hadn't got all three because we thought we could have done a bit more. At the end of the day it's a point away from home and we'll move on.
"It was disappointing to go behind so early because it was a cheap goal to give away. We gave ourselves a bit of a hill to climb but thankfully we got the goals we needed to earn the point."
"The manager changed the formation when we restarted which helped. We were pressing the ball and Charlie [Wyke] got in and finished well. He reacted quicker than the defenders and put it away."
"We were on top after that and we were building some good momentum," he added. "We had a few chances and we were putting balls into their box, but their second goal came against the run of play. We knew we just had to keep doing what we'd been doing and thankfully we got the second goal.
"I think Joycey [Luke Joyce] is trying to claim the assist for my goal so we'll have to give him it. It was a bit of a weird shot, but it fell nicely for me to jump up and put away. I had to react quickly because there were a few players around me, but I got above them and got the touch to put it in."
After scoring three goals in his last eight games, he said: "I'm pleased with my form but I need to make sure I keep it going and maintain the consistency. I want to get more goals and help us towards this play-off push.
"My injury was really frustrating. I scored my first goal for the club then picked up the injury at the end of that game. It was really frustrating having to miss games because I was just getting to know the lads and understand how the manager wanted us to play.
"I've had a run of games now and I feel like I'm part of the team. I feel that what I can bring to the team can help. I'm getting more confident and getting better with each game I play.
"It definitely feels like a team which can make the play-offs. I got promoted with Bury last year and we did that on the last day of the season, so it's always possible. We've got good players and a good manager so hopefully we'll be able to do it."
"Saturday is a massive game," he admitted. "They're just above us so it will be important. I made my debut for Carlisle at Wycombe and even though we went down to ten men early on, we earned a good point. Hopefully we'll be able to get the three points at home."