HARRY Bunn wants points not plaudits as he bids to continue his bright start with Southend United.

Bunn has impressed since signing for the Shrimpers on loan from Bury but has yet to taste victory in the League.

And the winger wants the wait for a win to end at Shrewsbury Town this weekend.

“There have been a lot of positives but the results are what matter most so we want to start getting more points, beginning with the game on Saturday,” said Bunn.

“We played some good stuff against Peterborough at the weekend and I actually thought we were the better team, which is encouraging.

“But we switched off for a couple of set pieces and ended up losing the game, which was frustrating.”

The Shrimpers fought back from two goals down before eventually losing 3-2 against Posh.

But Bunn - who was voted man of the match by Echo readers - caught the eye with his second assist in two games.

However, the 25-year-old still feels he is capable of producing more.

“I’ve been pleased with my performances but there is definitely still more to come from me,” said Bunn.

“Saturday was my first 90 minutes of the season and the fitter I get, the better I think I will play.

“Fitness wise I’m getting there but it will obviously improve with more games.”

Bunn - who did taste victory with the Shrimpers against Cambridge United in the Checkatrade Trophy - will now also be aiming to shine against Shrewsbury this weekend.

But Bunn is expecting a tough test despite the Shrews’ slow start to the season.

“It was a really difficult game at Shrewsbury last season when I went there and I’m sure it will be again this time too,” said the winger.

“There are no easy games in this League but of course we’ll be going there looking to get the three points.”

Shrewsbury finished third in the League One standings last term but lost manager Paul Hurst to Ipswich Town and have struggled this time around.

They are currently 22nd in the standings with four points from seven games.