Leyton Orient vice-chairman says the club have "made a decision" on their new head coach.

The O's have been without a permanent boss since the passing of Justin Edinburgh in June, with Ross Embleton stepping into an interim head coach role from the start of the season.

The search for a new permanent successor began at the end of last month when Embleton made the decision to revert to his previous assistant coach position.

Speaking on the club's YouTube series 'The O's Show: Added Time' yesterday, Teague said: "We've made a decision, we've made an offer and we're in the midst of negotiating the particulars of the situation.

"I don't think it will be announced tomorrow which is Sunday but my expectation is that early next week we will have announced who it is and we've got to do the transition period from where they are to where we want them to be.

"We are very pleased with the appointment but I think the appointment is going to catch a lot of O's fans by surprise."

Should the new boss be announced early in the week, their first game in charge of the club will be the trip to Grimsby Town in League Two next Saturday.