Cameron looking forward to pulling on a Town shirt again
Returning right back Cameron Gayle insists he's delighted to be back at the Greenhous Meadow after joining Shrewsbury Town on loan from West Bromwich Albion for a second time.
Gayle views the 18 games he played for Town last season as being crucial in his development.
He's since made his first team debut for Albion, coming on as a sub in their Capital One Cup victory over Newport County in August, and now he's excited about pushing for a regular place in League One again.
"I was here last season and I loved it to be fair," said Gayle. "It was a great experience. There's great people here, great staff, great players, and I'm glad to be back.
"For me personally, last season's spell was great because it was my first loan move and it really helped my progress, playing first team football week in week out. It really improved my game.
"I made my debut for West Brom a few months back in the Capital One Cup. I played about half an hour so that was good for me. I've been around the first team, training with them, so that's been really good."
Gayle, who turned 21 last week, is available for Saturday's trip to Stevenage and hopes to be involved.
"I'm fully fit and ready to go if the gaffer needs me," he said. "I'm raring to go and I can't wait to be honest.
"Most of the team are still here so they've all welcomed me back and I can't wait to get to know the new players that are here as well."