The skipper met with the press ahead of tomorrow's trip to the Kassam Stadium to face Oxford United.
Shrewsbury Town make the trip to Oxfordshire tomorrow on the back of four consecutive league wins.
After seeing off Burton Albion, Cambridge United, MK Dons and Forest Green Rovers, the last two of which were won by goals from substitutes, Town's Luke Leahy said everyone in the squad is on a high ahead of this weekend's match.
Luke discussed the upcoming game, Town's recent form and his goals so far this season.
"It'll be another tough game because they're a very good team, but we shouldn't fear them or anything like that because we're on a good run ourselves.
"We're looking to go there and get maximum points.
"Every team is tough in this league no matter what. If they've had someone big the week before or whatever it might be, every game is tough.
"It'll be a different game at Oxford this Saturday - another tough game but it's one we're ready for and one we're excited for."
ON THE GAME:
"We've had a fresh week this week and training has been good so hopefully that puts us in a good position on Saturday for the game. As I said, we've had a tough last couple of weeks with heavy pitches and last-minute wins but we wouldn't change that.
"We're all ready for Saturday. We've had a tough couple of weeks but with maximum points, you don't feel as bad as you do when you've had a defeat so everyone's raring to go."
ON TOWN'S BRILLIANT RECENT FORM:
"It's brilliant. Everyone's on a high and everyone's coming in with a smile on their face and ready to work but [we've got] another game Saturday and we've got a tough couple of games coming up as well. We need the same form that we've had for the past four games and [we'll] see where that takes us.
"You've got to enjoy every win. You come into work on Monday, or Thursday if you've had a Tuesday game, and it's all about the next game.
"We will enjoy it, we have enjoyed it, but our focus is on Oxford and hopefully by 5:30pm (on Saturday) we'll be happy."
ON THE MOOD IN THE DRESSING ROOM:
"It's great. All the lads are happy and as I said, they're excited to come into work and long may that continue."
ON HIS GOALS THIS SEASON:
"I needed that one from open play because the boys in the car school (Jordan Shipley, Marko Marosi and Tom Bayliss) were slating me a little bit but yeah, they all count, they've all got us points along the way so I'm happy to step up and take that responsibility."
ON THE IMPACT OF THE SUBSTITUTES:
"It is frustrating for them if they're not starting but like the gaffer's shown on Saturday he made four subs and on the Tuesday before that he made a sub at half-time so you've got to be ready when called upon.
"The standard of training in the past couple of weeks has been very high and that's down to the subs. We haven't been training as much because we've had Saturday Tuesday Saturday but they've kept the standards up and they came on on Saturday and changed the game."
ON HOW TO KEEP THE RUN OF FORM GOING:
"Win. Try and win every game and as we've shown in the past couple of weeks we will fight to the end."