Harry Chapman gives his thoughts on Town's narrow defeat at the Stadium of Light.
Shrewsbury Town's afternoon in Sunderland ended in disappointment as Lee Johnson's team secured a 1-0 win over Salop.
Charlie Wyke was the man on hand to notch the goal for the Black Cats as all three points remained in the North East.
Town forward Harry Chapman was disappointed with the result away from home but feels Salop can take positives from the game going forward.
On the result:
"I feel like we dominated large spells of the game but we started off really slowly. Towards the end of the half, we started to get around them more and created more chances.
"We dominated the majority of the second half but we couldn't put our chances away. It was a frustrating night but that happens in football. We will move on to the next game and put things right. We had to go more direct and feed off the seconds but we didn't so that well enough.
"Before I came, the results picked up and we were looking up. We've had a little blip but we have to keep going. Aaron and David are doing a great job. The results will come and we will bounce back.
"It's a shame that the Gaffer isn't here and we all wish him the best. The boys are all missing him and I can imagine he's missing us. We have to play through the circumstances we're in."