Even after securing promotion back to the Football League, Leyton Orient assistant coach Ross Embleton says that the club will remain fully focussed in preparation for their FA Trophy final against AFC Fylde.

The opportunity to secure a league and cup double would be a huge confidence-booster going into a higher league next season, but Embleton first wants to live in the moment of securing next season’s position in League Two.

After Saturday’s game, Embleton said: “The biggest thing for us is that never, at any stage throughout the season and since the gaffer has been here, have we taken our eye off the ball.

“I said on a number of occasions that when we got beaten away to Gateshead in the trophy last year, the next game the words in the changing room and in the huddle before the game were ‘it’s about next season’. Not winning the league, it was about trying to be successful, but let’s make our plans now.

“That’s what this group have done. We have every single right to enjoy ourselves beyond belief over the next week or so and beyond that because this club has been through incredible turmoil and it’s back in a very strong place.

“Of course we’ll look beyond how we build and what we’ll do to become a threat again next season in the league that we’re going to be in and the Fylde game is a massive occasion for us all, but let’s enjoy the moment now.”

The euphoria of promotion cannot go on forever, though, and the club know that they still have one more job to do this season, and it’s a task that the players are relishing.

Embleton said: “It would be fantastic [to win the double at Wembley] and I think what this does today is it heightens Wembley and makes it a bigger occasion where hopefully add a few more thousand onto the attendance.

“We want to win, we want to do the double, of course, but it makes Wembley a fantastic occasion as it would have been anyway but occasion potentially off the back of the play-offs, whereas now we’re going into it as the league champions off the back of this being the priority.

“Once the celebrations are over all of our powers will go into preparing and doing things properly to make sure we go and get a result against Fylde but I do think ultimately it’s going to be a fantastic occasion for us to enjoy.”