His boss Ronnie Moore told the Advertiser that although being a striker isnt his normal position, he can do a job there if he puts his mind to it.
"He doesn't like playing up front but we hadn't got anyone else to play there. "He took his chance really well and he showed that if he really puts his mind to it then he's capable of scoring goals but he's got to believe he can play there and I'm not too sure he does believe that. He went wide late on and we saw nothing of him there." Moore said
"For me, if you are asked to play, go and enjoy it. That's what he should do now he is here." he added.
Marshall agreed and said Tuesday nights goal will give him more confidence; "I prefer playing wide but if I'm put up front I don't mind, I'll do my best. It's more physical and I probably need to put on a bit of weight!"he said.
"I score a few goals in training but I wondered when it was finally going to happen for me in a game but now it's here I hope they flood in. It's all about confidence, I feel much better now than I did after, say, the pre-season friendly at Alfreton."
"It was just a shame about the result. "We knew we were going to be in for a tough game. For the first half an hour we competed with them and got in front but we fell away after that." he added.
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