Leyton Orient have signed striker Tristan Abrahams on loan from Newport County.

The 22-year-old is back at the club where he began his career before moving to Norwich City in 2017.

On his return he said the decision was easy and that he was hoping to "hit the ground running".

“I’m buzzing. I’m so happy to be back, this is my home,” Abrahams told the club website.

“I know a lot of the boys here. When you move mid-season, you want to hit the ground running; coming back here I know a lot of the people, staff and the philosophy of the club. It was an easy decision to come back.”

During his time in South Wales the striker scored 18 goals and provided eight assists in 74 appearances.

He was also voted the club’s Young Player & Supporter’s Player of the Season for the 2019/20 campaign.

Abrahams also played an important part in Newport’s Carabao Cup run earlier this campaign, scoring against Newcastle and Watford, as well as a brace against Swansea.

Head Coach Ross Embleton said he was delighted to welcome the forward back to the club.

“He is a good lad and a player we always look out for because of his history with the club," said the boss, "To be able to bring someone in like him, this window, provides a real good option.

“This signing gives us the options to play different people up front, different formations when we need to. It’s nice to have that alternative.”

Abrahams will take the number 35 shirt for the remainder of the season, the same number he wore four years ago.