Steve Arnold reflects on Town's away win over Peterborough United.
Shrewsbury Town secured all three points against Peterborough United in yesterdays tie.
Ollie Norburn and Tyrese Campbell both fired home first-half goals to help Town leave the Abax Stadium with a win.
Steve Arnold was pleased with the win and was relived to hear the final whistle.
“That win was a long time coming,” said Town’s shot stopper. “The way we saw it out was pleasing.
“It could have been a lot easier with us going down to 10 men the same as them, but it was nice to get the win in those circumstances.
“Madison for them - his delivery is something else. For us to deal with those free kicks was quite pleasing as well.
“We said as we were walking off this will change the dynamic of our season and it has to.
“We need to back this win up now going into the game against Doncaster on Tuesday and the game after that as well.
“We have all the character in the dressing room, so it’s just about following that through now.
“The way we won is pleasing. Even with dropping down to 10 men, we ground it out.
“Even with the five minutes added on, it was a nice feeling hearing that whistle at the end.”
Steve was impressed with Town’s performance and was pleased for Tyrese Campbell who netted another Shrews goal.
“It was un-saveable, from my point of view,” said Steve. “I said to him after the game it was a great finish.
“He tucked it away in the far post with the shot going away from the goalie.
“We saw that quality against Stoke when he put a few past me as well, so he has really quality.
“We are lucky. We have five or six really good strikers and I though you could see that today.”