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Jones hails ruthless O's

Leyton Orient goalkeeper Jamie Jones has hailed his side's ruthless streak following their blistering start to the League One campaign.

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Jamie Jones: Happy at Orient

Jamie Jones: Happy at Orient

The O's remain on top of League One after a stunning start to the season which has seen them win 11 games and lose just once.

They face a huge test at fellow promotion-chasers Peterborough on Saturday, but Jones feels their consistency against

the so-called smaller is just as important.

"The Leyton Orient of the past would play well against the good sides but then not so well against the lesser sides," he said.

"We've changed that around this season and hopefully we can carry that on."

Long-serving Jones, who joined the O's from Everton in 2008, is revelling in life at the top of the table.

"I love this club, and this is my sixth season now," he added.

"We've got a great set of lads, it's a good club and I've always been happy here."

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