Ross Embleton has reverted back to his previous position of assistant coach at Leyton Orient following a spell as the interim head coach.

Embleton assumed the role in the summer after the death of Justin Edinburgh in an interim role, but results over the last month have not been going Orient's way.

He will continue to oversee the next couple of games while the process to appoint a new head coach takes place.

Speaking to the club website, Embleton said: "From a personal perspective, after what happened in the summer and the situation that everyone found themselves in, I felt it was the right thing for me to do to step forward and take responsibility.

"It was on the terms of trying to find stability for the football club again. Have we achieved that? I think we have and now find ourselves into the season and everyone comes into work with the thoughts of football and their day-to-day jobs being at the forefront of what we do.

"I've never sat here and said I was going to be the next Leyton Orient manager and I was incredibly privileged and proud to have been in charge of the club in recent times, but at the front of my mind was just trying to secure that stability."