New Leyton Orient signing Josh Wright says that the team must be prepared for all of the different tests that will be put to them in the coming League Two season.

The O’s came up against a Norwich City XI on Saturday, which consisted of youth players from the newly-promoted Premier League side, and the clash in playing styles caused Orient problems at times.

They overcame that though to win the game 2-1 through Wright’s late strike, and he says that the Football League campaign will throw up similar challenges that the team will have to deal with in the same manner.

After the Norwich game, he said: “Every week there is going to be a different test; home, away, Saturday games, Tuesday games, different types of opposition, the way they play, the style they play so every week you have to adapt.

“You can set up things all week and work on things all week but sometimes it catches you and sometimes it’s a shock. Today, it’s more about fitness and about strength at the moment. We knew a little bit of what Norwich were going to be about and what they bring and it caught us a bit but we adapted well.”

Wright’s winner was his first goal since re-joining the club earlier this summer, and he dedicated the strike to former O’s manager Justin Edinburgh, with Wright being his last signing before his death.

He continued: “It was lovely to go in the back of the net and there’s obviously no hiding who it was for. Hopefully he gave me that one today and he can give me more. It was slightly emotional for me but at the same time I’m just delighted to get the goal and dedicate that one to Justin.”