Ross Embleton says there is “nothing new” on the injury front for Leyton Orient going into this weekend’s FA Trophy final against AFC Fylde.

The O’s come up against the Coasters at Wembley this Sunday in what will be Fylde’s second appearance at the national stadium in as many weeks, having lost the National League play-off final there to Salford City.

There are a couple of injury concerns for Orient, but Embleton says that there’s nothing they haven’t been aware of for a while.

He said: “There’s nothing new. Obviously Jobi [McAnuff] was a bit stop-start in the previous two games before the season ended so it’s a case of making sure that we manage him back. We’ll know a little bit more as he comes through training as to how he’s getting on.

“Obviously there’s the others like James Dayton – we’re not going to see him anywhere near the final. Sam Ling has trained today so that’s a real good positive for everybody to see another player back in the squad and we hope that before the end of the week Dale Gorman will be training, as well as Myles Judd who has missed a lot of football as well, so we’ve got a lot of players who are going to be fighting for a place at Wembley.”

McAnuff was not involved in the O’s squad that beat Aston Villa under-23’s on Friday night as the club continued to manage his return to action, but Gorman made his return as a 68th minute substitute when he entered the pitch along with Jayden Sweeney and Shadrach Ogie in place of Craig Clay, Dan Happe and James Brophy.