Davis Praises Ruthless Orient Strikers

Orient head coach Steve Davis says his side's 4-1 win against Guiseley was pleasing for many reasons.

Orient remain unbeaten at home this season after a victory that saw them come back from a goal down to defeat Guiseley, writes Tom Feaheny.

Davis was delighted with the way his side kept pressing

"Once we got in front I told the lads I wanted more, to get that fourth and for there to be over 4,000 here we kept going and attacking, I wanted us to be more ruthless and we were today."

He added "That's how I want us to approach games when we get the chance to, not to just settle with a win but to get more goals with it."

Macauley Bonne grabbed a hat-trick the first player to do so since in a league game at Brisbane Road since 2006, Davis said his striker earnt it.

"He has taken two penalties really well, he kept his pace throughout and deserves to take the match ball with him."

Another striker who scored was new signing Matt Harrold who got a debut goal, Davis says he will complement the other forwards.

"We knew why we wanted him, he wins headers and flicks that will help us with build up play but it was also important he got that first goal so early on."

Davis ended by saying after an impressive start there is still some room to work on.

"We are still adjusting getting to know each other working hard in training and know that we can get even better."

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