Ross Embleton labelled the renaming of the West Stand at the Breyer Group Stadium to the Justin Edinburgh Stand as "a perfect tribute to a wonderful man."

The news that the stand would be renamed was announced by the club yesterday, with today's game against another of Edinburgh's former clubs, Newport County, the first with the stand bearing his name.

Speaking after the win today, Embleton said: “I thought it was a very Justin Edinburgh type game. It was exciting, it was up and at you, it was both teams trying to go and win the game. I think that’s quite fitting. I think the gesture by the club and all the clubs we’ve been to to celebrate his life has been amazing, but to name the stand after him I think is a perfect tribute to a wonderful man.

"It rakes up those emotions and those feelings again and today has been a tough day for many of us, but what we have done on the other side of it is come out with a win that will make it feel a little bit better.”

Edinburgh had successful spells with both clubs, guiding each of them back into the Football League via a play-off win with Newport and a title win with the O's.