Leyton Orient goalscorer Romuald Boco believes the current squad is one of the best he has worked with in terms of attitude during his career.

Boco came off the bench to equalise in their 2-2 draw at Aldershot Town yesterday after the O's were 2-0 down.

The former Accrington midfielder moved to Brisbane Road this summer and he is optimistic their results will improve over the course of the season.

Boco said: "I’ve played in many teams and this is one of the best in terms of the attitude of the lads. It’s a good group and we’re really nice to each other so it’s going to work.

"You can feel it when you’re inside and if it wasn’t the case I wouldn’t speak about it. But we feel good and there are no bad eggs in the group. It’s a good atmosphere and unfortunately for fans that aren’t around us every day they can’t see it.

"They see us on a Saturday and we lost three games in a row [prior to the Aldershot draw] so they might be disappointed but we do work hard every week and hopefully the results will come to show this."

The 32-year-old from Benin displayed a selfless outlook following the draw at Aldershot Town and insists he has to take his chance whenever he is picked in the side.

Boco said: “The gaffer’s been telling the team when you do well you stay in the team. Unfortunately I had my chance last time and didn’t play well so I can understand where he’s coming from. You just have to work hard and when needed to do my best to influence the game.

"There’s a good group and we’re all together. Some of the lads are doing really well in my position so I accept it’s a competitive game and I’m really happy if we can push on and get good results like that."

He added: “It’s a team game. Obviously you cannot be happy when not starting games but you need to understand I’m 32 and I understand if I don’t play the reason. It’s up to me so I just work hard and I will have plenty of chances to play."