Striker Ollie Palmer is keen for Orient to build on yesterday’s 3-2 win over Portsmouth.
The 23-year-old netted twice in the victory as the O’s moved up to ninth in the League Two table, with the brace being his first goals in the league since a 3-0 home win over Stevenage.
Palmer admitted it had been a frustrating time in front of goal, and is keen to build on the confidence-boosting win when they head to Bristol Rovers tomorrow.
The forward also praised the rearguard performance from the O’s over Pompey as they made it six games unbeaten, while also revealing further delight at the victory with a number of family members supporting Southampton.
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