Date: 27th August 2015 at 4:01pm
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Defender Exodus Geohaghon has said he’s relishing the Bank Holiday weekend double header.

Having had a reasonable start to his Torquay career, the 30 year old said that he felt he had settled in well to life at Plainmoor.

Speaking to the Official Site with Cheltenham Town and Eastleigh up quickly next for the club, he explained that for him we shouldn’t fear anybody in the league and he was confident that we were in for a decent season ahead.

‘We`ve got a young side here, but there is a real willingness to learn and progress. It`s in contrast to what I experienced last season at Nuneaton and is really refreshing. There are a lot of lads here who want to do well and make their way in the game and I am enjoying being part of that. If I can play a part in encouraging them and helping us achieve positive results then I will be happy.’

Geohaghon went on to say that for him there were already plenty of positives from how we are performing, and part of that is developing a winning mentality within the group, and of course with manager Paul Cox he already knows this level well and what’s needed to get out of the division.

‘We`ve shown already what we can do. Our first half performance at Grimsby last weekend for example was almost flawless. At the moment, though, we are unable to produce this kind of display over a full 90 minutes. There have been a few occasions where we`ve done well in the first half then half-time has come along and it has interrupted our flow. Maybe if games were played over a continuous 90 minutes we would be okay, but there is something about getting going again after the break that we need to rectify. If we can find that level of consistency in our performance, I`ve no doubt that we can get on a run. Now is the time to get the points in the bag so that we can really make a challenge during the second half of the season.’

As for the upcoming games themselves, he went on to explain that he wasn’t concerned by the challenge ahead.

‘I`m looking forward to it. There is nothing for us to fear in this League. Yes, it`s competitive but we can more than hold our own against anyone. It will be a tough baptism of fire for Cheltenham being back at this level. We`re determined to get back into winning ways on home soil and we`ll be at it from the off. It`ll be the same on Monday. I know a few of the Eastleigh lads and we`ve got enough in our dressing room to make it a very difficult afternoon for them.’

He ended by saying that plenty of people have already written the club off given the summer we had and all the changes, but that’s not the mood in the camp, the mood is positive and we know we could’ve had more points to show for our effort but with improvements still to be made, there should be a steady improvement in the future.

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