Ebou Adams' long-term future remains uncertain, with Leyton Orient yet to indicate whether they would like to sign the midfielder permanently, the Guardian Series understand.

Adams has impressed since moving to Brisbane Road on loan from Norwich City in January, but we understand the O's are yet to indicate whether they want to make the move permanent, while the player himself is also unsure of the Championship side's future plans for him.

The 22-year-old's contract is set to expire at Carrow Road in the summer, having signed a one-year extension with the Canaries last April.

He moved to Norfolk from National League South side Dartford on deadline day in January 2016 and has largely featured for Norwich’s U23 side during his time at the club, scoring six goals in 27 appearances last season.

The 22-year-old spent the first half of this campaign on loan with League One side Shrewsbury Town where he was restricted to eight appearances, most of which coming from the substitutes bench. His form subsequently led to him receiving a call-up to the Gambia national team and he made his international debut as a second half substitute in November during a 2-1 win over Morocco.

Adams has flourished since arriving at Brisbane Road on loan in January, establishing himself as a key member of the club's midfield under head coach Justin Edinburgh, who labelled the 22-year-old’s performance against Dover Athletic on Saturday as ‘immense.’

The midfielder has made seven appearances for the O's so far, scoring his first goal for Orient against Gateshead just over a week ago at Brisbane Road, thanks to a stunning first-time effort which nestled into the top right corner.