Ollie Norburn reflects on Town's 1-1 draw with Burton Albion.
Shrewsbury Town earned a point this evening at Montgomery Waters Meadow against visitors Burton Albion.
Despite being a goal down, Salop fought back to earn a point against the Brewers in the final moments of the tie through Dan Udoh.
Ollie Norburn was pleased his team were able to secure a point and hopes the Shrews can now turn a corner.
On the result:
"We came into the game on a bad run which we are more than aware of. We wanted to put that right and stop the run - we went out there to win the game.
"We stuck in there and got the late goal. One thing I would say is that every single person in that dressing room is fighting for each other and we are aware that the results haven't been good enough.
"We want to put that right. Everyone in there is together, including the staff. Everyone is behind the Manager and we are fighting for each other. We don't want to be losing games and it's down to us as players at the end of the day.
"We would have liked three points tonight but hopefully this is the start of a little turn-around. We've got the FA Cup on Saturday but then we are back in the league against Swindon.
"We hoped the turning point was going to be at Wimbledon. We thought that was going to be the turning point but it went the complete opposite way. We know results haven't been good enough.
"It's not a lack of effort or a lack of people wanting to win. The Gaffer and Dean prepare us every week and we go into games but fall short. Hopefully the late goal tonight is the start of something."