A DIFFERENT result from Oxford on Saturday but the same message from the defiant Nigerian international defender:
"We want promotion!"
Three days after earning Town's 1-0 win at the Kassam Stadium, Sodje reflected on defeat by the same scoreline at Brunton Park and insisted: "We will dust ourselves down, work hard in training and make sure this is just a single setback.
"We knew this would be a hard game because Carlisle are fighting for their lives in the Football League and are desperate for points.
"But we are fighting for a place in Division II, and we need points just as badly, so it's very disappointing to have lost this one.
"Andy Booth had a couple of good chances, and on another day, he'd have put one away.
"It was a bad goal for us to give away, a mix-up at the back and a funny bounce, but Paul Rachubka has pulled off some great saves for us as well.
"It's about collective responsibility, and we all pull together, win or lose.
"We've been winning more than we've been losing lately and we're determined to get back to form against Macclesfield on Saturday."
Macclesfield gave Sodje his big break into League football by signing him from Stevenage Borough in 1997, and after two enjoyable years at Moss Rose, the centre-back, who then joined Luton, admits he has a soft spot for the Cheshire club.
But he added: "There will be sentiment on Saturday. I want to win for Huddersfield Town."