Shrewsbury's top scorer Mark Wright hopes his permanent move from Bristol Rovers will coincide with a revival in the club's League Two fortunes.Wright has found the net 10 times this term but two home defeats have seen Town slip to seventh in the table and off the pace for a promotion place.
"It's a great club, I feel settled and really good now everything's sorted," he told BBC Radio Shropshire.
"Every club has a blip and I'm sure we'll pull through it ."
Wright, who has been on loan since the start of the season, is now looking for others to share in the goals with him.
"James Collins [signed from Aston Villa] looks a useful player, and young Tom Bradshaw is an exciting prospect.
"But I know [defender] Matt Sadler is desperate to score too."
Source: BBC Sport