Goalkeeper Adam Collin wants to put on a show for the Carlisle fans in their final game of the season against Yeovil.
The 26-year-old, a free signing from Doncaster in July 2009 and a virtual ever-present for Greg Abbott's side this season, feels the Johnstone's Paint Trophy holders let their supporters down in Saturday's 3-0 defeat at Dagenham and is keen to make amends by closing out the campaign in style.
Collin said: "We're already looking to the last game of the season against Yeovil next Saturday.
"We don't want to end the season with a damp squib and we're desperate to put on a performance for the fans.
"Hopefully it'll be a big crowd with the £10 ticket offer and we can finish the campaign on a high.
"The season seems to have been never-ending with all the long journeys and runs of Saturday and Tuesday games, but I have to admit, once it's all over I'll be counting down the days until the first pre-season friendly in July."