Jordan Maguire-Drew says that Leyton Orient have got to “focus on ourselves” after they ended a blip in form with a 3-0 win over Maidstone United on Saturday.

Maguire-Drew opened the scoring, with Macauley Bonne adding a second-half brace, to ensure the O’s got back on track after consecutive league defeats.

The January signing said: “We’ve just got to focus on ourselves and if we just keep going game by game; it’s just working hard in training, that’s what it is.

“This week’s training has been unbelievable, the tempo and everything has been really good and it showed today so as long as we keep worrying about ourselves and just staying focused, I’m sure the results will come.”

Justin Edinburgh made three changes to his side, restoring Craig Clay and Jobi McAnuff to the starting XI and giving Jamie Turley his first start, while James Alabi and Dale Gormon missed out on the squad entirely.

Maguire-Drew put this down to the strength in depth that Orient have.

He said: “The depth of the squad we’ve got here is unbelievable. We’ve got some great players here who aren’t even playing so it shows you the depth of the squad we’ve got.

“The quality of player we’ve got, they’re leaders as well; we’ve got a lot of leaders in there. We’ve got a great blend of experience and young players like myself, so it’s important for me to learn off the likes of Jobi, Matty and Alex Lawless, just how they are day to day.”

The winger was also keen to praise Macauley Bonne, who netted at both ends of the second half, firstly with a cool finish from a corner and then with a stoppage-time penalty.

He said: “I said to him at half-time just keep being positive, you’ll get the next one, you’ll score, just keep believing, you will score I promise you. As soon as he scored I went up to him and said ‘what did I say?’ but he’s a brilliant player.

“He showed the composure he’s got when he missed one earlier and he took a touch to bring it down and set himself. A lot of people would take that first time and maybe put it over the bar, so it’s a compliment to him.”

Maguire-Drew will be looking to contribute to cup success this weekend when the O’s host Blyth Spartans in the FA Trophy on Saturday.