Nohan Kenneh spoke to the press following his man-of-the-match performance in our win against Cheltenham Town.
The Liberian international put in a towering display in the middle of the park to help Matt Taylor's side secure a 1-0 victory.
Speaking post-match, Nohan was quizzed on the game, his performance and his time at the club so far.
And he also discussed facing Leeds in the League Cup on Wednesday, with the midfielder beginning his career with the Yorkshire club.
ON THE WIN:
"It was massive. In the first game of the season, everyone wants to be on the right foot.
"I felt the boys did really well, especially in the first half and we could’ve scored more goals.
"I feel individually I did well and for me, I want to do well for the team. It’s a massive three points and now we move on to Wednesday."
ON RYAN BOWMAN'S GOAL:
"We needed that – we should’ve scored one or two in the first half but we believe in ourselves, we believe in each other so it was important to keep our heads up.
"Ryan scoring was good, especially at the start of the second half. It gave us more confidence going forward and everyone started believing in each other more."
ON MAKING HIS DEBUT:
"You’ve got to work hard to get into the team. I need to work hard every day in training to show why I’m here.
"I’m not here to make up the numbers, I’m here to be part of the team – it’s not about me it’s about the team so I’m glad we won together today."
ON TOWN'S FANS:
"The fans give us energy every time we step on the pitch.
"For me as a player the fans are important because every time I make a tackle or interception, I hear that crowd giving me that boost.
"I’m a fan player, I love playing for the fans."
ON 11 MINUTES ADDED TIME:
"It’s the new rule, isn’t it?
"They’re trying to emulate what they did at the World Cup – adding on minutes for all of the time that the ball’s out of play.
"But when you see that much time added on you’re thinking 'come on!' We’ve just got to get used to it though."
ON HIS TIME AT THE CLUB SO FAR:
"When I spoke to the head coach here, he made me feel welcome and (explained) how important I was going to be.
"When I heard that it was a no-brainer for me to join and help the team.
"It’s all about helping the team get as high as we can in the league."
ON FACING HIS FORMER CLUB LEEDS ON WEDNESDAY:
"It’ll be a bit of a strange feeling. I’d been there since I was only 11 so I’ve got a special feeling for them with everything they did for me as a youngster.
"For me, I’m just going there to win the game, it’s a professional game. It’s Shrewsbury vs. Leeds United, it’s not me vs. Leeds United.
"For sure I’m excited to see some familiar faces though because I only left recently.
"Obviously, there’s going to be a lot of people I know, not just players but staff as well, lots of people who helped me along the way.
"However, I’m going there to win the game so I’ll try and take the emotion out of it and focus on the game."