Charlton said: “The boys are disappointed with the performance they put in. They know it wasn’t up to scratch but we’re expecting a big turnaround this week.
“It will be a great test for us because York will be up there at the end of the season. Having said that, it’s a home game and we’ve targeted all our home games as fixtures we want to win.
“If we get beat by a better side, then so be it – as long as our lads go out there and give their best shot then we can’t ask for anything more. We’ve had a good video session on last week’s game and pinpointed a lot of the areas that we fell down in.”
Thorman said: “From my experience when you go to Cumbria you always expect a tough, physical game.
“Cumbrian teams always seem to play better at home, which is understandable.”
He added: “I want us to be focussed on the things we’ve been doing right and the things we can improve on. We’ve worked really hard on that and it’s concentration more than anything.
“If we can stick an 80-minute performance against someone then it’s going to be very impressive.”