Morgan Feeney met with the press ahead of our home game against Lincoln tomorrow.
The defender has made a fine start to his Town career ever since arriving from Carlisle in the summer.
Speaking to the assembled press, Morgan discussed the mood inside the camp as we look to make it three consecutive home wins against Lincoln tomorrow.
And the 24-year-old also talked about his time at the club so far and what it's like playing alongside Chey Dunkley, Joe Anderson and Tom Flanagan.
ON THE MOOD AT THE TRAINING GROUND:
"Everyone's buzzing. We've got a good group here, good staff so it's a good environment anyway.
"We had a good start. Obviously Saturday (at Stevenage) was not what we hoped for so we needed a reaction and on Tuesday (against Burton) I felt like we did that.
"We controlled a lot of the game. In the end, maybe we should have made it a little bit more comfortable but I think it's definitely something good to build on."
ON PLAYING HIS FIRST COMPETITIVE MINUTES FOR SHREWSBURY:
"Last time we spoke I was champing at the bit to get going and now it's up and running I'm loving it.
"I'm really enjoying playing with all the lads and in front of the fans so I've just got a big smile on my face lately. Hopefully we get some more wins and keep building and building and keep going."
ON PLAYING FOUR GAMES IN 10 DAYS:
"That's why we have a good pre-season behind us, to be able to endure these tough periods.
"Recover work is just as important as on the grass work so we've been really on it, all the lads.
"I've still got stuff to do now before I go home today but it's all about ticking over and going again, getting yourself ready for the weekend's game.
"We haven't got a Tuesday game for a couple of weeks after that so that gives you a chance to get back on the grass and work on a few things, freshen up and go again."
ON PLAYING WITH CHEY DUNKLEY:
"(It's) amazing. Dunks is a big talker and I feel like I'm a talker myself so it's good to bounce off him in the game when he's next to me.
"He's an absolute beast in the air so when he shouts for the ball you get out of the way.
"I'm loving it. We've both got the same mentality and Ando (Joe Anderson) and Flanno (Tom Flanagan) and everyone - we all want to keep clean sheets.
"I think we're vigilant in the way we go about it and to learn from Dunks, who has masses of experience, bodes well for me and whoever plays next to him."
ON HIS INITIATION SONG:
"There were a big load of us who did it before Stevenage. I sang Valerie. I gave it a lot of passion but there wasn't much execution!"