Carlisle United striker Craig Curran is confident he and fellow forward Gary Madine can shoulder the responsibility to score goals this season.Curran, 20, arrived from Tranmere this summer and is relishing the expectation to score goals at Brunton Park. [LNB]"We're strikers, that's what we're there for and I'm not hiding from that," Curran told BBC Radio Cumbria. [LNB]"The goals will come, you see the position and chances we've had and when one goes in I'm sure they'll flow." [LNB][LNB] We've got a good team and squad, everyone's fighting for places and the first game next weekend Craig Curran The Liverpool-born striker was one of six new arrivals at the club this summer, with Ivorian attacking midfielder Francois Zoko and former Millwall forward Jason Price also joining Greg Abbott's side. [LNB]And Curran is confident that Carlisle can make an impact this season, having been impressed with the side's 1-0 win against Europa League qualifiers Hibernian. [LNB]"We've got a good team and squad, everyone's fighting for places and the first game next weekend," Curran continued.[LNB] [LNB][LNB] "That's what it's about and I'm sure we can do well. [LNB]"We conducted ourselves right [against Hibs], we stopped them playing and as you can see with the fans we frustrated them. [LNB]"If we can do that to every team in this league then they won't be able to play and they won't be able to handle us." [LNB]Curran scored 14 goals in 97 league appearances for Tranmere during a four-year spell at Prenton Park, including scoring a 31-minute hat-trick against Brentford on his fourth appearance.