Highlights and reaction from today's fine win at Boundary Park .
Speaking on iFollow Mariners, Hurst said: “We’ve said it ourselves – it’s the hope that kills you!.
“But I’d much rather be getting on that coach to go to Exeter still with something to play for.
“You’ve always got something to play for – you’ve got your pride, and you’re representing the football club.
“But we’ve still got something, and we’re still in the fight.
“I can only promise that I’m sure the lads will go into it with the right attitude. Even against Morecambe, the result and scoreline wasn’t anywhere close to what we wanted, but I thought in the second half they had a go.
“I can’t really fault the group we’ve ended up with, and the players we’ve relied on heavily.
“Hopefully they can give it another good effort on Tuesday night," he added.
Watch the highlights - including that sensational solo effort by Jay Matete, and listen to the full interview with Paul Hurst. Only on iFollow Mariners.