The Leyton Orient Fans Trust published its latest Q&A document after receiving a number of questions from supporters ahead of Monday;s adjourned winding-up hearing on Monday.

They initially answered the O's faithful queries regarding what may happen in court next Monday if the club is not sold by then. 

But they also went into detail what they know around the club's place in the National League. 

In short, after speaking with the league, it is understood the pre-AGM paperwork has been submitted by the club in accordance with the league's rules.

On the website, LOFT stated: "they are certain as we can be that the club will be admitted to the NL."

Orient face another tough battle in court in four days time as their future will hopefully become more clear. 

LOFT also wrote in the statement: "Once again, we want to ensure all Leyton Orient supporters that our focus is 100% on ensuring that Leyton Orient Football Club Limited is not wound up on June 12.

Read more: Second d-day on the horizon for Orient: all eventualities at court explained. 

"Everything we are doing is to fight for a change of ownership for the club so that it can start to recover."

To read the Q&A document in full visit