Steve Davis was pleased with how his Leyton Orient side reacted following their heavy midweek defeat after watching them return to winning ways.

Macauley Bonne scored two second half goals as Orient completed a comfortable 2-0 win at Woking yesterday.

And Davis was happy with his side’s reaction following a heavy loss at Bromley last time out.

“We talked about the game in the week and looked at the mistakes we made,” said Davis after the game.

“We wanted to be solid today, show that we can be hard to break through and be patient going forward.

“After a tight first half, we wanted to go on and build on it in the second half, by not chasing the game and start to create things.

“As the game went on I thought it would open up a bit, and we took the chances we did well to create. Towards the end both teams showed fatigue after a busy fixture schedule, but we finished the game stronger.”

Davis only made two changes from the side that lost 6-1 in Kent last Tuesday night, with Jobi McAnuff and the impressive James Dayton returning to the starting line-up.

Some were surprised that there were not more, but Davis believed in the side he picked and they duly rewarded him for his faith.

Davis added: “I’m not one for making wholesale changes.

“I could have changed all 11, but on that night everyone had an off night and I wanted to give them the opportunity to put things right. They responded very well and put that right.”

One of few positives at Bromley was Bonne getting off the mark in Orient colours, and he followed that up at the Laithwaite Community Stadium by scoring a brace against a club he spent time on loan at last season.

“His goal on Tuesday night gave him confidence and today showed his prowess,” said Davis.

“He must be a nightmare for defenders to play against as he just keeps going. Whether it’s making runs down the line or getting in behind, he just doesn’t stop and today Macca (Bonne) got his reward.”

With just under two weeks until the transfer window closes, Davis remains keen on adding to his Orient squad – in particular in the attacking department.

He said: “We are still looking for a striker, and have got one or two in mind.

“We are waiting on other clubs making players available, but we have certainly targeted what we want.

“Sometimes we will need to be able to change things and maybe go a little bit more direct, maybe a more of a target man that we can play off, but whoever we look at we will have to work within our budget.”