Paddy Madden wants another winning run as Carlisle look to consolidate their play-off place between now and the end of the season.
The Cumbrians leapfrogged Stevenage into sixth place thanks to Francois Zoko's late goal in Saturday's 3-2 win over Yeovil, while striker Madden was left celebrating after scoring his first goal for the club.
"We're in the top six now and that's brilliant for everybody," Madden told the club's official website.
"We now want to get ourselves back on a good run and keep the pressure on the other clubs who are around us. Being where we are now is what we've been fighting for. Hopefully we can stay there."
Madden, signed from Irish side Bohemians in January 2011, said it was literally a "dream come true" after ending his long wait to register his first Carlisle goal.
He added: "When it hit the back of the net I thought I was dreaming. It's going to sound silly, but I have actually had a dream about getting a goal in front of the Warwick [End], so maybe sometimes dreams do come true."