Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale says his team are "evolving" after their
Shrewsbury were the third side placed first or second in League Two to lose to Exeter at St James Park this season.
"The team's evolving. We're playing very good football, we're scoring goals, we've turned our percentages into positive ones," Tisdale said.
"Let's hope we can continue to do that with one or two players coming in at different points."
City came back from 2-0 down at half-time to register a win which moved them up to ninth in League Two, three points off the play-off places.
"The players' response in the second half, they certainly played entertaining football and over the last two months that's really evolved," the Exeter boss told BBC Radio Devon.
"But when you do that you've got to score more goals than the opposition, it's not ideal to concede two goals and be two behind, but we managed to get the three goals back and they were three fabulous finishes."