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Sullay Kaikai post Bury

21 March 2016

Sulky's thought's after the 2-2 draw at Bury

Sullay KaiKai was elated after scoring both goals for Shrewsbury in their 2-2 draw at Bury. The winger feels the result moves them a step further to safety:

“We were delighted with the goals and the point away from home and I am glad I could contribute to that. We had to grind out the result today but we did that and we are proud of the result. We did well to withstand the pressure, it was a game of two halves and we are happy to take a point from it. The aim is to avoid the drop and if we keep performing like we have here then we will definitely achieve that.”


The Crystal Palace man was ecstatic after scoring a brace which takes his tally to nine for the season:

“For the first goal I dropped my shoulder and tried my luck and thankfully it went in. For the second I sold the defender the dummy and then had the composure to finish so I am delighted with the goals. I would say the second is one of my favourites of the season. I have scored four in three starts so I am happy to be making a difference to the team. I set myself a target of 10 at the start of the season and I am on nine goals now but if I do reach 10 I will want to carry on and just get as many as possible. I am confident shooting from any angle and I will always take a shot with both feet so that has been paying off with the amount I have been scoring.”


The 20-year-old believes the team has improved since his last spell before Christmas:

“The team has more confidence since I was last here. The front four have a great understanding and that is the difference for me. It was unfortunate we couldn’t hold on to the lead today but we will go into the next game full of confidence. Mark Halstead did brilliantly but we are not surprised because we see every day in training how good he is. I feel so comfortable here and I am really enjoying playing regularly, it is key for my development.”


KaiKai was keen not to get carried away and is already looking forward to the next game on Good Friday:

“We take every game as it comes and we don’t want to get ahead of ourselves. We will go into the next game with a winning mentality and hopefully get a result. We go into every game thinking we will win and make chances so we just have to finish off the chances. All the team is excited about the Port Vale game. We want to keep our unbeaten run going for as long as possible.”




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