Jobi McAnuff says it is important for Leyton Orient to maintain their concentration after climbing to the summit of the National League table.

The O's midfielder scored a sublime free-kick as Orient came from behind to beat Bromley 3-1 and hit the summit of the table on Saturday.

While going top obviously pleased McAnuff, he was quick to highlight the importance of Orient keeping up the consistency which has informed their campaign so far this term.

"It is important to be up there and to make sure we do not have too much work to do. Now we want to stay there. The biggest thing is consistency," McAnuff said.

"That is 20 games now and we have lost one, that is incredible and we have to reinforce what we have done.

"Teams that go up always play well for the whole season and promotion is not done in one or two months.

"The squad has great strength in depth now and that has been massive for us."

Orient's push for promotion faces another stern examination on Saturday when they come up against a Wrexham side sitting just a point and two places below them in the league.

McAnuff believes being involved in such table topping games is part and parcel of being a successful club and says Orient will be ready for a competitive match at the Racecourse Stadium.

"It is massive to win those sort of games, but, for me, against teams like Wrexham and Salford not losing is the biggest thing," he said.

"It is not going there with a negative mentality, we are just going there safe in the knowledge we are winning our home games.

"They are a top team which has had a great start and we need to be respectful of that. I am sure there are things we are good at that worry them.

"It is a big game but it is the kind of game you want to be involved in as a player and one we are looking forward to massively."

Orient and McAnuff will go into the game in high spirits after the defeat of Bromley which saw the 37-year-old level the scores with a free-kick.

McAnuff was pleased to get on the scoresheet and said the win showed the battling character in the Leyton Orient ranks.

"I have scored a few decent goals in my time and it was good to do it in front of the home fans," he said.

"Patience was key today and the gaffer has really instilled that in the players since the first day he has been here."