Forward Alfie May reflected on yesterday's loss to league leaders Plymouth Argyle at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium.
The Robins fought well against Argyle, however they fell on the wrong side of the 1-0 result after Morgan Whittaker’s late strike stole all three points for the visitors.
In the dying moments of the game, May had a chance to earn a point for his side, but his effort was deflected and fell comfortably in the arms of Pilgrims keeper Michael Cooper.
"I think the performance from us was excellent," said May.
"It's fustrating that we have lost the game, and the gaffer said in the changing room that if we continue to perform like that then we will stay in this league."
Watch the 29-year-old's full post match thoughts at the top of the page.
Cheltenham have three away trips in a row, with two taking place this week. On Thursday, Wade Elliott's men will take on Shrewsbury Town (7:45PM KO), and on New Year's Day the Robins travel to Bristol Rovers (3PM KO). Tickets are still on sale for both matches.