McQuade keen to crack on

Alex McQuade is looking forward to the prospect of starring for Shrewsbury after signing a one-year deal at Greenhous Meadow.

Last Updated: 30/04/13 at 16:27

Alex McQuade: Formerly at Bolton

Alex McQuade: Formerly at Bolton

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The versatile defender has trained with Graham Turner's squad in recent weeks, impressing the Shrews boss while featuring for the reserves following his release from Bolton.

The 20-year-old is yet to make his professional debut but is hoping to make an impact next season.

He told the club's official website: "It's exciting to have something sorted out for next season.

"I spoke to the manager and everything seems really positive. I can hopefully crack on now and get a few games under my belt.

"I've played a few games in the reserves already so got to know the staff and the players. They've all been welcoming."

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