JAMES Vaughan will be looking for more capital gains in London this weekend by extending his current scoring streak.

It may have been spread out by the break in routine caused by cup dates and a postponement but City’s striker is enjoying a rich vein of form.

His winning penalty against Newport at Valley Parade means Vaughan has netted in four of the last five league games.

Gary Bowyer believes his skipper’s confidence will seep through the rest of his team.

The City chief said: “He’s an experienced striker and knows how to manage himself and deal with the situation.

“No matter how experienced they are, when they are in the form that he’s in it gives everybody a lift.

“It feeds off on the rest of the team and the confidence they take from that and having a couple more experienced ones around them in Jake Reeves and Chris Taylor.

“It’s a good run and we want Vaughany to continue.

“It’s the job of the rest of the team to provide him with those chances along with Remi (Aramide Oteh) as well.

“When I watched the Newport game back, I thought we were particularly impressive from our set-plays and the amount of opportunities we created.

“But we could have been a little bit cuter in open play to try and provide one or two more.

“This week has given us time to build on that and come up with a few more ideas to give the likes of Vaughany more opportunity in front of goal.”

Leyton Orient have lost half of their 10 home games since returning to the league with only two wins.

The O’s have understandably been knocked for six by the unexpected death of former boss Justin Edinburgh in the summer.

Bowyer added: “I didn’t know him as a manager. I don’t think our paths crossed.

“I saw him a couple of times with his assistant David Kerslake where we went away on holiday.

“But you listen to the people who were close to him, Josh Wright being one, and how highly he was held.

“The impact that has made on the club is huge. One can only imagine what they’ve been through.

“What it does do is put the game into perspective for sure. We all get excited about football and het up at times but it is a reminder that it is just a game.”