Dagenham & Redbridge first-team coach Lewis Young wants them to maintain their momentum in front of the live TV cameras this weekend.

Daggers welcome Solihull Moors to Victoria Road on Saturday (5.30pm), with the game being broadcast on TNT Sports and tickets are being offered at discounted prices.

And they return to home turf seeking a third successive National League win - and fourth in five outings - after a 3-1 success at Dorking Wanderers last weekend.

"We limited them to not many chances and we had some really big chances going the other way," Young told the club website after Inih Effiong and Josh Hare struck in each half, following an early own goal, to secure victory.

"It's one game, three points, we move on. We've got Solihull, we know that's going to be a different game, especially on TV. We've got to make sure we're ready for it.

"There's been two or three games where we've said we've let ourselves down as a collective, as a group.

"I'd say we've been in every game. I think the defenders have been, in the main, really good.

"I know it's disappointing to lose Pagey [Lewis Page] to injury, but Westy slotted in fantastic and you'd like to think that's the good coaching we're doing on the training ground, that everyone knows their role within the team."

Daggers were cheered on by an impressive number of travelling supporters at Meadowbank and Young praised their efforts and commitment.

"We brought a couple of the injured lads with us and during the first half they were like 'Cor, you can hear the fans today'," he added.

"It felt like it was double the amount we had last week [at Ebbsfleet]. It's fantastic. We're happy we've sent them home happy.

"But we also recognise and understand we've got to make sure we keep putting performances in that keep them happy.

"They've been brilliant with us all season, even during those tricky times when we went a long period without winning.

"Now we've hopefully turned that corner and we're picking up points and they're enjoying the football that's on show."

Young was also pleased to hear that Sydney Ibie had netted on his debut for Aveley against Weston-super-Mare, having joined the National League South side on loan in search of more playing time.

"Syd has been fantastic, every day we've come in," said Young.

"We said it from pre-season, he was top scorer in pre-season. It's something that didn't go unnoticed within us.

"But we knew we were standing in his way a little bit in recent weeks because Freddie [Sears], Inih [Effiong] and Charley [Kendall] are up there and he is competing with them.

"At the moment we feel that's where we want to go but it's brilliant to hear he's gone and scored.

"He trained with us yesterday [Friday], he's always in and around the group.

"We had a laugh and a joke about his first day at Aveley, but it's fantastic to see someone we've got real good high hopes for has gone out and realised his potential today."