The Football League Paper - - CHAMPIONSHIP - By Char­lie Peat

FRENCH­MAN Arthur Gna­houa is con­fi­dent he can repli­cate the form he showed at Kid­der­min­ster and win over the Shrews­bury faith­ful.

The 25-year-old scored 15 goals for the Na­tional League North side and made it two in two for the Shrews with a 94th-minute win­ner against Don­caster in mid­week.

And while Gna­houa was mak­ing some­thing of a step into the un­known at Shrews­bury, he has been able to win over his team­mates in very lit­tle time.

Gna­houa said: “In train­ing I had to prove my­self be­cause they didn’t re­ally know me – I had to show them I could play. Now they’ve got more faith in me. The lads say that I do it (score) most of the time in train­ing so they knew I was go­ing to score.”

Gna­houa, who was a full­time at Kid­der­min­ster, seems to have made the three di­vi­sion jump seam­lessly with a ma­ture head on his shoul­ders.

He said: “I’ve got to keep on be­liev­ing and work­ing hard in train­ing, if I don’t get more min­utes I’ve got to keep my head up.”

GOALS: Arthur Gna­houa

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