Much More To Come From Orient, Says Boss Edinburgh

Justin Edinburgh reckons there is still plenty of room for improvement for Leyton Orient following their draw with Boreham Wood.

The goalless stalemate at Brisbane Road made it three National League games without a win for Orient and they also haven’t scored during that time. On the plus side, they have now kept four clean sheets in their previous five matches.

Edinburgh admits his side struggled at times against their visitors, who are fighting for a play-off place, but thinks the faith he has shown in his younger players is paying off.

“You have to give credit to Boreham Wood,” he told the club's website. “We were up against it in the first half and found it difficult to get out of our own half for long periods.

“We recovered in the second half and were more like ourselves. On reflection, there was certainly room for improvement on the ball.

“Dan Happe kept his place because he was excellent against Dagenham. I’ve brought the youngsters in and out of the team but he deserved to keep his place and it’s another clean sheet for the team.”

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