The 26-year-old, alongside team-mate Shane Cansdell-Sherriff, helped the Shrews win promotion from League Two.
Wroe, born in Barnsley, came through the youth system at Oakwell and as handed his first team debut at the back end of the 2002/03 season against Wigan Athletic. Only months later he signed his first professional contract until June 2007.
He joined Bury on loan in February 2007, making five appearances for the Shakers before he signed a short contract at Hamilton and quickly moved on to join York City. Wroe’s spell at York lasted one season and after 29 appearances the youngster joined Torquay United where he was making his mark on the game.
His performances for United saw him called up for the England C team for their game against Malta and after over 100 appearances for Torquay, he joined Shrewsbury on the January transfer deadline day.
Playing in over 60 matches for the Shrews during his time there, he was a welcome addition to the Lilywhites engine room when recruited, going on to be the Club's top scorer in the 2012/13 with 11 successful strikes.