Vincelot senses Daggers momentum

07 September 2010 10:53
Dagenham & Redbridge utility man Romain Vincelot believes the Daggers can use their first League One victory as a springboard to further success.The 24-year-old struck twice on Saturday to hand John Still's side a 2-0 victory over Leyton Orient. [LNB]Vincelot told BBC Essex: "This was the win that we've been waiting for for three or four games. [LNB]"We deserved it in the other games and now we have it. It's good for the confidence and we have to keep going." [LNB]After failing to find the net in their opening two league fixtures, Still's side have scored four times since.[LNB] The work he puts in and the goals he's scoring mean it's hard not to like the bloke Cheese and Biscuit And Vincelot is confident that the Daggers have sufficient firepower to challenge this term. [LNB]"There is a lot of quality in the team and that's why I think we will score a lot of goals," he said. [LNB]The Frenchman initially joined the Essex club as a defender, but his versatility has proved to be a valuable asset for Still. [LNB]He added: "I don't think I have the qualities to play centre forward. [LNB]"I like to go forward but I like to defend as well so midfield may be the good position to be."

Source: BBC_Sport