Shrewsbury striker Terry Gornell today insisted he remains confident of discovering the goal-den touch in League One – as Town prepare to entertain basement boys Scunthorpe.
Gornell has yet to find the target in competitive games this season, drawing a blank in the Capital One Cup defeat at Leeds and five subsequent League matches.
The 22-year-old is hoping for another chance to get off the mark against struggling Scunthorpe at the Greenhous Meadow tomorrow, and is confident the goals will flow.
“I know what I’m capable of and I know I can score goals at this level,” said the former Accrington frontman.
“I just have to keep doing the right things and getting in the right areas.
“Hopefully it will come sooner rather than later. There is always pressure there and I just try and stay relaxed as possible.
“But the most important thing is for us to get back to winning ways and get three points on the board.
“We had a blip at Notts County but it’s about how we react and bounce back.
“Like every team in this League, Scunthorpe will pose a threat but we are looking forward to it.”
Boss Graham Turner must decide whether to freshen up his starting line-up after last week’s 3-2 defeat at Notts County.
But he has vowed his side will not take Scunthorpe – who have taken just one point from their opening five games – lightly.
“They have got some good players and the surprising thing is the poor start they have had,” said Turner.
“John Trewick (senior coach) saw them in a 5-5 draw at Derby in the Cup but I think they have tightened up a bit since then.
“I’ve known Alan Knill for a long time. He did a very good job at Bury and I’m sure he will at Scunthorpe so what the club is experiencing now is probably just a blip.”
Winger Jon Taylor is expected to be the only absentee tomorrow.