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15 October 2016

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Hear what the Hatters boss thought of today's win

Hatters boss Nathan Jones was delighted to see his side return to winning ways at Leyton Orient this afternoon, with goals from Cameron McGeehan and Danny Hylton enough to see off the struggling hosts.

The win made it five league games unbeaten for the Town, and six in all competitions including the win over West Brom in the Checkatrade Trophy.

"We’re pleased with that," said Jones. "We’re six unbeaten, but with a few draws sandwiched in there, it sometimes it looks like you need to get back to winning ways. We are on a good run. We beat Doncaster and we are unbeaten since. 

"Yes, we’ve had a few draws, we won in the cup and we’ve won again today. So that’s pleasing because we wanted – not so much to lose touch – but we wanted to get back to winning ways and for our own form, to turn these points into wins."

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