The 21-year-old was snapped up by Inverness head coach Billy Dodds final month after leaving Nationwide League North facet AFC Fylde.
He’s already netted in pre-season and has confidence in his capacity, boosted by phrases of encouragement from Dodds, who bought him on a change to the Highlands.
Winger Nathan Shaw signed on at Caley Thistle as a result of he’ll have the liberty to create and assault from both flank.
Shaw mentioned: “I spoke to the gaffer and he informed me his views on how he needed to play soccer right here. It’s a beautiful approach to play.
“He spoke about giving me the liberty to go ahead and specific myself, and that’s all I can ask as a ahead participant.
“I’m comfortable on both facet of the pitch – I don’t thoughts – left or proper I really feel comfy.
“On the left, I’m on the road, crossing into the field. On the appropriate, I’m slicing inside for just a few extra pictures.
“It has been good to get off the mark within the pre-season video games.
“It makes it simpler going into the season figuring out you’ve already bought that behind you as you don’t put that stress on your self. Hopefully there will likely be many extra.”
A gradual stream of English gamers have made the transfer north this summer time and former Blackpool youth Shaw thinks TV protection of Scottish matches helps promote the sport to expertise beneath the border.
He mentioned: “I simply noticed this as an excellent alternative to come back and play. Hopefully I’ll play many video games this season, get on the scoresheet and see the place it takes us.
“You see much more of Scottish soccer on TV now and I’ve seen much more gamers from down south coming to play up right here.
“It exhibits the usual is sweet. We’ll see the way it goes.”
Shaw defined Caley Thistle reaching the promotion play-off closing earlier than shedding to St Johnstone in May performed an element in his resolution to up sticks and make the transfer.