Dagenham and Redbridge assistant manager Darren Currie has happy with the response his team showed yesterday after their defeat at Chester during the week.
“I think we got straight back on the horse as they say after our disappointing night at Chester.
“We’ve come away to a difficult place here at Guiseley and they will upset teams this season I have no doubt about that. We were very efficient and deserved winners in the end.”
Currie was happy with the Daggers attacking trio but felt his side need to be more clinical going forward.
“It’s perfect to have Hawkins as a vocal point and our two pacey lads ever side of him. It’s great having one cross in for the other to head in. Hawkins was good again today, Fey was outstanding and Chris worked his socks off, so the front three deserve a lot of credit.
“If I’m asking anything of the players it’s to be a bit more cut throat and ruthless and clinical because games like that could have easily gone the other way.
“They could have had a chance and taken it at 1-0 and our heads could potentially drop and they’d get a massive lift. The second goal killed it off and it was just about manging the last period of the game.”