Orient’s Leon McSweeney says the club’s revival is down to the team getting nasty. Dean Cox scored the winner as the O’s notched their third straight win to drag us closer to safety. No big cigars, just a feeling we are starting to believe.

We got stuck in against a dogged Bury side. It wasn’t pretty to watch, in fact at times it was awful, but we were solid and we held our own.

Orient defended well from an early scare from Bury’s Efetobore Sodje who saw his effort headed off the line. We pressed going forward and at times looked dangerous.

It was the little man Cox who broke the deadlock in first half stoppage time and is was a sweet one-two move - Mooney crossing with Cox firing home, giving the keeper no chance.

For me, Cox has been a wonder since he joined the club. He has always given is all, he works hard with a never-say-die attitude and with the goals starting to tally, he could be heading for a bundle.

The game won’t go down as a classic but it was a workmanlike job. McSweeney said we are doing the nasty things. If you don’t do the hard work in League One, you will get bitten.

I couldn’t agree more. Let’s live with the big boys. Bring on the Blades.

Up the O’s.