Ayo Obileye's post-match reaction after Eastleigh's 1-1 draw at home against Gateshead. Obileye netted his second goal in as many games for the Spitfires:
"It's a good performance from us. Obviously we wanted to win, we wanted to keep a clean sheet also, but going down 1-0 and getting back into it to get the draw is good for us."
"The boys have been working hard. There's a lot of character in the team now."
"For me getting the goal is good for me personally. I've been looking to get clean sheets as well. It's been good."
"Getting goals is a good thing for a defender but keeping clean sheets is the best. If a defender can defend and score goals it's good. If I can do that then that will be good."
"With three at the back, there's a lot of covering and you get to play out from the back. As a two it's pretty much simple but as a three, it's sometimes better and sometimes it isn't. Teams can work again…
Eastleigh have added 17-year-old goalkeeper Nick Hall to the squad on a work experience loan from League Two side Portsmouth until the end of the season.
Hall will provide some cover for the experienced Graham Stack and Ryan Clarke for the remainder of the campaign.
The young keeper played against Eastleigh Youth earlier this season in the FA Youth Cup which Portsmouth Youth won 5-0.
Eastleigh sign Portsmouth goalkeeper
EASTLEIGH have signed 17-year-old goalkeeper Nick Hall on a work experience loan from League Two outfit Portsmouth until the end of the season.
Tyler Garratt has returned to Doncaster Rovers after a loan spell with Eastleigh.
The 20-year-old left-back made 11 appearances for the Spitfires and scored one goal.
He was signed by previous manager Martin Allen in December.
After Richard Hill's return to the club, another left-back Sam Muggleton (also signed by Allen) left Eastleigh. It was also quickly announced that fans favourite Michael Green would be re-joining the club just two weeks after he was let go by Allen.
Hill has said that Garratt has been allowed to end his loan spell and return to Doncaster in order to help young left-back Chinua Cole, who is now the backup option to Michael Green.
“We wouldn’t have had Tyler for next season and, if I’d played him, it would have been standing in the way of Chinua’s development,” Hill said.