Steve Arnold looks ahead to Wycombe Wanderers in Sky Bet League One
Shrewsbury Town return home to the Montgomery Waters Meadow tomorrow after back to back away games. Town's next opponents are Wycombe Wanderers who haven't picked up a win in eight games.
Town's Goalkeeper was disappointed to have narrowly lost to Plymouth through a late penalty.
"It was really gutting," said Steve. "Especially because of the second half, I thought we deserved to get something from the game, at least a point.
"To concede so late on again as well as it's not been the first time is extremely gutting, making that long journey home even worse.
"We had chances to go and win the game, but saying that they had a few chances as well."
Arnold is expecting another tough test against his former club Wycombe Wanderers.
"We played them at their place and saw what they were about, they didn't have Akinfenwa last time thought.
"Every game in this league is tough, we've just got to take it as it comes and give our all.
"Each game now is a cup final. We've just got to turn up tomorrow and not think too much about them and concentrate on us and I think we'll be ok.
"It's always nice to play at home especially if we can get close to 7000 which we have been doing. When they get behind you, you can really feel it. We need them, we need them for the last nine games, right behind us and all the way through the game as it does act as a 12th man.
Despite Town's last couple of defeats, Arnold said the confidence in the team is still high.
"It was only a couple of games ago we were on a five-game unbeaten run so we have to take solace from that. We're still running on a high from those games beforehand and we've got to take that into these games now and not get too low.
"That's football, you never get too high or too low as it can change just like that."