Crawley Town completed their pre-season campaign with a 2-1 win at Bromley on Saturday.

Goals from Klaidi Lolos and Danilo Orsi proved decisive against the National League outfit at Hayes Lane Stadium.

And boss Scott Lindsey had plenty to be pleased with ahead of their League Two opener against Bradford City.

"There were three things we wanted from the game. We wanted to win the game, which we did, we wanted to play well, which I felt we did, and we wanted to come away with no injuries, again which we did," he told the club website.

"They were the three main things, so really pleased. I thought we were really good, we scored a couple of good goals. Disappointed to concede a silly one, a free-kick in the box, I'm not sure it was a pass back.

"Pleased with the performance and winning is a good habit to have.

"Certainly the second goal was very much an action we'd worked on, playing around the box and probed at the right moment.

"In terms of possession we were very good, we will come across teams that will sit in and bank up and let us have the ball, but all the time we've got it, we know in a minute we will hurt you.

"Playing patient football opens gaps up, by moving it left to right and right to left and probe at the right moments. Did we have loads of chances? Not loads, but when we got those moments we were clinical when we scored the goals."

Reds included new signings Kamari Swyer and Ronan Darcy, who joined on Friday on a season-long loan from West Ham United and for an undisclosed fee from Swindon Town, respectively.

And Lindsey was impressed by their early efforts, adding: "They're two really good players. Kam is a young boy who has been at West Ham from the age of eight, it's his first loan, he's been around the first team, he travelled to Australia this pre-season so they think quite highly of him.

"He's going to be a really good player, we're really pleased to have him. It was good to see him get out on the pitch, I thought he showed some real glimpses of quality in certain moments.

"Ronan Darcy is full of energy, bags of energy, will work extremely hard and pop up with the odd goal, he is not frightened to take a shot from distance. So again, really pleased."

Crawley now turn their attentions to welcoming the Bantams to Broadfield Stadium on Saturday and Lindsey revealed their plans for the coming days.

"We're going to come down in terms of distance, they've been working extremely hard," he said. 

"We've been covering a lot of distance over the last five weeks, this next week we're going to come right down but there's going to be a lot of coaching, a lot of 11v11s, but almost stop-start coaching just to get a real understanding of how we want to play against Bradford next week."