Sandro Semedo has revealed he is set to leave Leyton Orient with his 'future yet to be decided' but left a lasting message for the fans.

The 20-year-old burst into the first team during the 2016/17 season relegation battle scoring four goals in 46 appearances.

He was offered a new deal to stay at Brisbane Road but it appears he has turned that down to move onto somewhere else.

Semedo took to Twitter and said: "I want to thank everyone at the club, especially the fans, for this amazing time spent with all of you.

"I will forever love Orient as they've brought me up from college all the way to the first team, I'm really thankful.

"My future is yet to be decided but I'll surely never forget my first professional team.

"To all the fans, a really really big thank you." 

It is also understood Teddy Mezague and Yvan Erichot have left the club. 

The French defenders struggled in League Two with Mezague signing despite him having a lengthy injury. 

Manager Omer Riza, whose contract expires on June 30, also revealed the players who have committed to playing in the National League for the first time in 112 years. 

Charlie Grainger, Sam Sargeant, Aron Pollock, Michael Clark, Myles Judd, Henry Ochieng, Victor Adeboyejo, Sam Alderson, Josh Koroma, Steven Alzate, Sam Dalby, Tristan Abrahams, Dan Happe, Rian McLean and Charley Barker will all remain.

The squad is made up of 15 professionals and third years with Grainger being the oldest at 20-years-old. 

Pre-season training is set to start on Monday, June 26 with the fixtures set to begin on Tuesday, July 11.