Charlie Wyke on the Notts County gameWe spoke to striker Charlie Wyke after he netted his fifteenth goal of the season in the 5-0 victory over Notts County on Saturday.
"I think when you talk about finishing the season off right that's the way to do it," he said. "It was good to score as many goals as we did and the fans enjoyed it as well.
"As soon as we kicked off we were on the front foot," he added. "The gaffer told us how much it meant to him to get a win against his old club so that's what we set out to do."
On his goal, which he literally walked across the line, he said: "I thought I was getting a volley to my face but he put the back pass a bit short and thankfully I got on the end of it.
"You can never give up on a chance like that and luckily for me it came off. My hand was up straight away ... it was a bit like Alan Shearer! I knew it was going in so I celebrated before I put it over the line."
"My confidence is high," he told us. "It was good to finish this season with a goal and I want to score even more next season.
"The fans were brilliant from the moment we kicked off. You could hear them through the whole game and the stadium was just full of Carlisle songs, which is always great to hear.
"We've definitely shown people what we can do when we play well and we all want to take that forward into next season. No injuries and 20 goals would be nice for me!"