Manager looking to do better in key momentsManager Micky Mellon admits there has been frustration in the Shrewsbury Town camp following the 1-0 defeat at Southend United at the weekend – but insists his side will strive to improve.
Town head to Plymouth Argyle in Sky Bet League 2 on Saturday looking to pick up their first away league win of the season.
And Micky says he will pinpoint the finer areas in which his side need to improve as they look for their first three points on the road.
“There’s a lot of frustration and disappointment around, which there should be from all of us because we know we can do better in certain situations,” said Micky.
“Nothing changes, though. We keep trying to work on the product and keep trying to get better in those moments that count, whether that be defending in the 18-yard box, crossing or balls into front men.”
For the first time in three weeks, Town have had no midweek fixture to worry about as they prepare for the trip to Home Park on Saturday.
Micky said: “In one way it’s nice but in the other you want to get playing again quickly.
“It’s important that we win at home or away. You get three points for a home win as well so we try to win every game we go into.”