Ross Embleton says that his position as Leyton Orient hasn’t changed since the departure of Carl Fletcher.

Embleton is currently leading the side on an interim basis for the second time this season following Fletcher’s sacking less than a month into his tenure.

The O’s failed to win any of the former Plymouth Argyle boss’ games in charge, leaving Embleton to take the reins again, and he says that he is enjoying what he is doing with the players.

After the game on Sunday, he told the club website: “It doesn’t overly change for me too often. I’m enjoying what I’m doing, I’m enjoying working with the group and I feel that albeit we’re not always getting the points that I would like and everybody would like us to get, I think we are showing signs of improvement, we are showing signs of getting to grips with the level a bit more.

“It’s something that I’m enjoying at the moment but I think I’ve said before, I come in, I do what I’m paid to do and asked to do and until that changes for the better or for the worse, it’s something that I’ll continue to strive to do the best for.”