Dan Udoh previews Town's Sky Bet League One home fixture with Wycombe Wanderers.
Shrewsbury Town swiftly return to Montgomery Waters Meadow tomorrow evening for another Sky Bet League One fixture with Wycombe Wanderers.
Steve Cotterill's men will be looking to make it four games unbeaten with the visit of the Chairboys following Town's win over AFC Wimbledon last weekend.
Having netted Town's winner last time out, Dan Udoh is feeling confident ahead of the tie and is looking forward to the visitor's test this Tuesday.
On the previous game and his goal:
"First and foremost, the three points for the team were the most important thing. Personally, it was good to get my first league goal of the season. It's never nice waiting at that train station, you just want to get on and get it out of the way.
"Sometimes, I find myself going into games toot tense. The Gaffer just tells me to relax and calm down. It helps me because he wants me to go out there with freedom and wants me to enjoy my football. I only played a few minutes in the last game, so I'm feeling good. The rest of the boys looked good in training and they're doing what they need to do so we are ready for the game.
On the fixture:
"It's good having another game straight after a win because you want to get into your rhythm. We want to keep winning and keep our form going. Wycombe have recently come down from the Championship and they're still one of the big boys in this league. It will be a good game for us to test ourselves but we are going out there to get three points. We are at home and we need to make our home a tough place to come and a fortress."