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Parry insists there's still time

14 February 2014

Belief in the dressing room that they turn things round

Experienced winger Paul Parry insists there remains a strong belief in the Shrewsbury Town dressing room that they will pull clear of the bottom four in League One.
Parry and his team mates are looking forward to Saturday's local derby with Port Vale at the Greenhous Meadow.
And he knows it's important that Shrewsbury produce a better performance than last weekend's 2-0 defeat at Sheffield United.
Parry said: "Obviously, we're not where we want to be, but we've got 16 games to go and we believe as a group of players we're still in a position that we can get ourselves out of this trouble."
Reflecting on the three games Town have played under caretaker manager Mike Jackson, Parry added: "I thought we played well at Swindon and didn't deserve to come away with a 3-1 defeat. I felt we deserved at least a point from that game.
"Against Brentford I thought we acquitted ourselves very well in difficult conditions and played some good football.
"But last Saturday I thought we had taken a step back and we didn't get to the levels that we had done in the previous two games."

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