Dagenham & Redbridge first-team coach Lewis Young was delighted to see them run out winners over National League rivals Dorking Wanderers on Saturday.

An early own goal gave Daggers a lift at Meadowbank, before the hosts hit back in stunning fashion.

And further efforts either side of the break from Inih Effiong and Josh Hare sealed a 3-1 victory which lifted Ben Strevens' side up to 13th in the table.

Asked if he was happy with that outcome, Young told the club website: "100 per cent with the three points and scoring three goals away from home is really good for us.

"Three wins in four now, that's fantastic.

"Thinking defensively minded, the goal, I'm pretty disappointed with and a couple of changes we gave up at the end of the game, in terms of game management.

"That's just me being a perfectionist. Ultimately we want to keep getting better.

"Overall it's a fantastic performance away from home against a really good Dorking side.

"Last season we came here and know what happened [Daggers lost 5-1], so it's really good we can put a mend to that a little bit, but also continue on the good run we've been on."

Only four minutes had been played when a mistake by the Dorking keeper gave possession to Freddie Sears and his ball across the face of goal was turned into his own net by Dan Gallagher.

But Harry Ottaway levelled on 13 minutes, before Effiong restored the visitors' lead with his fourth goal of the campaign.

Hare sealed the points 12 minutes from time when heading home a cross from Myles Weston, for only his second goal in 61 appearances for the club.

And Young said they would enjoy their success, but quickly turn their focus to the next test.

"Dorking are a team, you've got to continue, you can't stop," he added.

"They're a fantastic team run by fantastic coaches, especially the manager [Marc White], you know he's a larger than life character, and gets them going and that's why they had a response straight after half-time.

"We knew we had to be on it, not just the first 10 minutes, but for 95 minutes.

"We're lucky we've come away with the three points today, three really good well-worked goals, disappointed with the one we've conceded, but overall it's been a fantastic day for us.

"We enjoy it for the first 15 minutes, then we start moving our minds onto next week."