Leyton Orient manager Russell Slade insists his players have to keep believing and their results will improve after suffering a 1-0 home defeat to Coventry City.

Their latest defeat means the O's have lost five of their last six games in League One and scored only one goal.

But the Orient boss felt his side were unfortunate against the Sky Blues and claimed they have to keep the faith after creating a number of chances.

Slade said: "We had the chances there in the first and second half. If we keep going like that we’ll win more games than we lose.

"It was very encouraging creating the chances we did and we have to keep doing that. We have to keep believing and if we do that eventually it will turn."