Goal scorer Christian Saydee spoke to the media following Shrewsbury’s dominant 4-0 win against Burton Albion.
The former Burton loanee opened the scoring inside 20 seconds with Saydee using his strength to win possession before running past goalkeeper Jordan Amissah and rolling the ball into the empty net.
The forward netted his second just before half-time following excellent work from strike partner Rob Street - with the Palace loanee doing brilliantly to keep the ball before Christian produced an excellent finish.
Town then continued to dominate the game with a Luke Leahy penalty and a Chey Dunkley header securing a convincing win.
Speaking to the media post-match, Christian discussed the day as a whole, his brace and how much he is enjoying being a Shrewsbury player.
ON THE GAME:
“All of the boys are buzzing just because of what we have been through in the last couple of weeks.
"To lose those games really hurt us. But we were just waiting for that one win - to come here and win and to get a clean sheet - all the boys are buzzing.”
ON HIS FIRST GOAL:
“Wow, (I scored inside) 20 seconds! I just think the ball went in behind and I thought I should just keep running when the keeper came out.
"I am just happy I could get an easy goal like that.”
ON TOWN'S START TO THE GAME:
“I thought that when you score so early it will probably boost everyone’s confidence and the team did really well to hold out.
"We had a passage where they dominated us for five minutes but we did really well to hold that out and get the second goal and then the penalty and then big Chey with the last one.”
ON HIS SECOND GOAL:
“Streety fought so well today and helped me a lot up there.
"When the ball was bouncing around, I just thought it was going to drop where it dropped and I just hit it as hard as I could and then ran off celebrating.”
ON HIS LOAN SPELL AT BURTON:
“I enjoyed my time here. All the boys were good and I think sometimes when you go play against your former team you want to score. You obviously want to score in every other game but that probably pushes you a little bit more.
"I’m really happy I got two.”
ON THE SECOND HALF:
“Second half we came out strong. The wind was very tough in the first half so I think second half we played probably a little bit better, and obviously, Skips (Leahy) scored a pen and Dunks gave it a header from the corner, so yeah. Buzzing.”
ON THE AWAY FANS:
“I think our fans are always good, always singing. They’ve come here and they’ve helped us throughout the whole game and we showed our appreciation at the end."
ON HIS GOALS THIS SEASON:
“Buzzing - (it's) about time. Obviously coming here last season and not scoring hurt me because I’m a striker and I want to score. This season I'm on six and hopefully, I'll get more. I’m very happy.”
ON HIS TIME AT SHREWSBURY SO FAR:
“It's very good. Not just when I'm playing but off the pitch, I’m learning a lot around the boys.
"Dunks (Chey Dunkley) is always on to me, talking to me and trying to make me a better player.
"Skip (skipper Luke Leahy) is always in my ear - I think everyone’s just leaders and I think we gel well with each other and we showed that out there today.”
ON THE REST OF THE SEASON:
“I think the games we had in the past knocked us down but we're fighting to keep getting those three points and to move up the table.”