Ronnie Moore was delighted as his side ran riot over the in form Carlisle beating them at Prenton Park 4-1 thanks to goals from Ian Moore x2, Gareth Edds and Steven Jennings.
Moore spoke to the clubs official website after the game:
‘After half time we moved the ball quicker and got Shuker involved more. It was a great performance and we could have won by more. Ian and Shukes’ movement has battered them. We’ve said it has been coming and it could have been five or six. We’ve had opportunities but just haven’t taken them.
‘Shukes’ position gave Jennings a lot of room to get forward. It’s a good position for Shukes because he’s clever. But you need someone alongside him with pace and we had that with Ian.
‘The crowd enjoyed it and got behind us and it was a good day. I’m pleased with the result but disappointed we conceded the sloppy goal.’
Moore also revealed why he took captain Antony Kay of at half time:
‘Kaysy was always touch and go. He had a fitness test before the game and wanted to play. He gave us 45 minutes but had to come off at half time. It was difficult for Charlie too as he was playing in an unfamiliar role, but it was a good performance.’