Leyton Orient will be pleased with the opening stages of the League Two season this year and Kenny Jackett will feel as though he’s seen enough from his side to suggest that they will be there or thereabouts for the play-offs at least this season.
Orient have had a lot of backers since the start of the campaign given Jackett’s arrival and it looks as though it is so far so good for them with them sitting in fourth in the table, just two points off of an automatic promotion place.
Plenty to be excited about in that part of east London, then, and here we’re taking a look at what arguably might be their strongest XI available to Jackett right now:
The front three have been a real revelation at times with the goals they have scored and with the creativity they have shown too.
In midfield, meanwhile, Darren Pratley has shown he still has plenty to offer at the age of 36 with him a regular presence in the middle of the park for the O’s.
Defensively, Orient have also been pretty sound, keeping clean sheets against the likes of Bradford and Exeter so far in the league this year.