Defender Taylor Moore admits this season has been a “massive learning curve” ahead of the visit of Carlisle to the LCI Rail Stadium on Good Friday (kick-off 3pm).
The 20-year old, on-loan from Bristol City, was brought up in France as a child and made a handful of appearances for RC Lens, before moving to Ashton gate, and spent last campaign on loan at Bury.
He said: “It’s been a massive learning curve for me this season and I’ve enjoyed every minute of it. The ups and downs, you get that through a season, and I’ve really, really enjoyed and learnt a lot from it, if I’m honest.
“I think it’s important for any player that goes out on loan making sure that you still feel a part of the club you belong to.
"I think Bristol city have been really good with that. Whether it’s the manager Lee Johnson, the assistants or the loan manager, they’ve all been really good.”
Moore, who has completed 33 appearances in all competitions for Cheltenham, is confident of securing a result against Carlisle, who are on a good run of form themselves, unbeaten in seven games.
He added: “I think the fact that it’s at home is a major factor for us. We need to carry our away form and bring that back home.
"We struggled with that recently, obviously a frustrating draw against Chesterfield where we thought we should have won.
“I think we just need to carry our away form back here at Cheltenham and see what happens, but we're in really good form at the moment and looking forward to it.”
The right-back is also reflective of the early part of the season, where performances and the team stalled, but is confident they can end 2017/18 on a positive note.
Moore said: “We lost our way at one point during the season, we struggled with results and we had a few injuries, a few suspensions as well.
"But now we’ve sort of got it all back together, we’re playing with confidence. It’s a shame were doing it now, but we’re still looking forward and hopefully finish the season on a high.”