Sturrock happy to end drought

Paul Sturrock was delighted to see Southend end their three-game winless streak by beating Dagenham in the JPT on Tuesday.

Last Updated: 10/10/12 at 11:30

Sturrock: Delighted with clean sheet

Sturrock: Delighted with clean sheet

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Goals from Ryan Cresswell and Britt Assombalonga secured the Shrimpers a 2-0 win at Roots Hall and the Scot felt his team were worthy winners.

"It was good to get back to winning ways and I thought we deserved the victory too," Sturrock said. "There were many pleasing aspects out there for me and I thought we did well.

"It was nice to get a clean sheet and to also not get any bookings as that could have caused us a few problems. So overall it's been a good night and, although Dagenham had a few chances in the second half, I thought we did too.

"Our goalkeeper made a couple of good saves and that was also really good to see. He's a good keeper and I know he has it in him but it's about the time frame with him because he hasn't played much football and is playing catch up in the games."

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