Goalscorer Killian Phillips chatted to the press following Shrewsbury's 3-2 win over local rivals Port Vale.
The visitors opened the scoring at Montgomery Waters Meadow through Dominic Politic in the 13th minute.
But Town's response was fantastic with goals from Chey Dunkley, Luke Leahy and Killian Phillips ensuring we went into half-time 3-1 up.
Vale did pull a goal back in the second half through Jamie Proctor.
Shrewsbury, though, went on to see out the game superbly.
Speaking after the match, manager Steve Cotterill praised the performance of Killian Phillips - who has been outstanding ever since arriving on loan from Crystal Palace.
And speaking to the media, the midfielder discussed the game, scoring his first professional goal and how much he is enjoying his time with Shrewsbury.
ON SCORING AND GETTING THE WIN:
"I'm just delighted we got the win. It was a tough game. We probably made it a bit harder for ourselves in the end but Port Vale are a decent side.
"It's a very good win, and I'm very happy to get my first goal here."
ON THE RESPONSE TO GOING BEHIND:
"You can see from the last couple of games we have managed to nick late goals, you can see the character in the group - we will always keep coming at teams.
"We will always keep working hard so I'm not surprised with the reaction that we showed because we have shown that over the last couple of weeks.
"I have noticed it a lot - we never really let our heads go so it was a great reaction from the lads.
"It's an unbelievable dressing room for a young kid to come into. The character that we show, everyone is a leader. We are a team, we get behind each other."
ON SCORING HIS FIRST PROFESSIONAL GOAL:
"Shippers gave me a very good cross - well it was a shot - but we will say a cross! And it fell to my feet.
"(First team coach) David Longwell, in fairness to him, told me I was going to score today. I'm just delighted to get off the mark."
ON THE START OF HIS SHREWSBURY CAREER:
"It doesn't get any better than a win and we have managed to get six wins in a row!
"We just need to keep doing that. It's now onto Exeter. We will enjoy this win now until we get out of the stadium and then the focus is on Exeter.
"Honest to god, I don't think I could have come to a better club than Shrewsbury.
"The dressing room and the staff all really look out for me - not just on the pitch but off it as well, little gestures the lads have given me.
"And the gaffer, I have learnt a lot of him already so it's almost the perfect loan so far so I'm delighted to be here."
ON PALACE BEING PLEASED WITH HIS PROGRESS:
"They are happy enough with me. They are happy. I not only need to impress Shrewsbury but I need to impress Crystal Palace as well.
"I will continue to just focus on Shrewsbury and winning games and that will impress them as well."
"It's just one game at a time - we are literally just focused on Exeter, Exeter, Exeter.
"That will be the key thing. We will look to keep the winning run going. We will go into training tomorrow and do our thing."