Southend United manager Phil Brown believes his side can offer more, despite continuing their 100% league record with a 2-0 win against Stevenage.
Two goals, in the first 20 minutes, from Myles Weston and Ben Coker secured a 2-0 win, their second of the campaign.
“We haven’t found our fluency yet and we had to dig it out a bit in the second half here,” said the 55-year-old manager, speaking to the official club’s website.
“It’s encouraging for me that we’ve been able to win our first two league games of the season without really playing to our full capacity.
“There is a lot more to come from us but I find that encouraging.
“I’m delighted with this performance and we had the job done after about 15 or 20 minutes with the two early goals we scored.”
The result leaves Southend United third in League Two with Stevenage falling to 15th.