Shrewsbury Town shotstopper Marko Marosi previews today's game away at Fleetwood town
Town's number one was in fine form last weekend at home to Cheltenham Town, keeping Salop in the game on multiple occasions with fantastic save after fanstastic save.
The 28 year old reflected on his first six months with Salop and today's fixture, saying the main objective was to keep their momentum going after last weekend's thrilling victory.
On the fixture:
"It's just another game, the most important thing is to keep the momentum going. We've got to go out there and do our jobs. Hopefully it'll be a good one for the fans and they can enjoy it and we can give them something to smile about.
"The team spirit is really good, we look after each other on the pitch and try our best. It's important to try and keep that momentum going into the next game."
On his first few months at the club:
"I'm finding it good, the lads are great and we're working hard to try and improve things. The start wasn't great, it was a difficult start, but we have improved a lot and there's plenty still to work on."
On the other goalkeepers:
"We push each other to the limit in training and it's healthy competition. We try and help each other out as much as we can in terms of giving advice, if young Jaden [Bevan] or Cam [Gregory] want to ask me or Harry [Burgoyne] something then they can and they do and we try and help them. All four of us try and help each other and sometimes they might be able to see things we can't so everyone is equally important."