Carlisle United Manager Graham Kavangh insists that although the match was a nil-nil draw they were the better team.
Carlisle United are now just one point above relegation after a nil-nil draw at home against Stevenage.
Despite a number of chances at goal the home team couldn't find the net and the game ended in a draw.
Stevenage are just a point and a place behind 20th-placed Carlisle in the table.
– Graham Kavanagh, Carlisle United Manager
"I thought it was a great performance, I thought we had everything bar the goal.
"We were the more energetic team, we were the team that was always on the front foot, we took the game to the opposition.
"We created loads of chances but we just couldn't put the ball in the net."
Carlisle United's promotion hopes were dented last night following a one nil defeat away at play-off rivals Stevenage.
A goal 14 minutes from time secure the win.
It means Stevenage have leap frogged the Blues in the league, with Carlisle dropping to eighth place.
Greg Abbot's side remain one point behind Notts County in the final play-off spot, with just three game remaining.