Steve Davis believes a plethora of attacking options can only be a good thing after three of Leyton Orient’s strikers shone in the 4-1 win over Guiseley.

Macauley Bonne bagged a hat-trick, with two of his goals coming from penalties won by David Mooney, and new arrival Matt Harrold scored one goal and created another.

Jossh Koroma also made a brief appearance and Davis feels the variety offered by the quartet can continue to propel the O’s season.

“We have four very different strikers and that is what we want. We want that ammunition to change a game and do something different,” Davis said.

“All four are very different in many respects. Mooney is the best at dropping off, Harrold is the best in the air and Macca can do both and can run in behind as well.

“Josh has obviously got pace and I think you need four different types of strikers if you are going to be successful and they have got to do is prove them can score goals.”

Bonne’s trio of goals took his tally for the season to seven as he found the net at Brisbane Road for the first time to help orient come from behind to win.

His first two strikes came from the spot and Davis praised the 21-year-old’s composure as he placed the two spot kicks, which came within minutes of each other, in the same corner.

He said: “Moons (Mooney) also scores penalties in training but once he missed one he handed it to Macca (Bonne).

“He dispatched them very well. Going the same way takes some guts because the keeper might guess.

“He hit them very well and right in the corner so I don’t think even if the keeper had guessed early on the second one he would have got it.”

Harrold made a telling impression on his debut as he came from the bench to score the third with a fine header before assisting Bonne’s hat-trick with a flick on.

Davis says Harrold is the sort of player the club have been missing and praised the impact the Deadline Day signing had.

He said: “We have been missing someone who can get on the end of a cross on a consistent basis and get little flicks. He did that for the third goal and his goal.

“It was a great ball in from Joe [Widdowson] and once Matt is one v one against a centre back you would back him to get above him and he did that.”