Defender Sean Clohessy feels he is settling in nicely at Orient.
The 28-year-old was the first summer signing of head coach Ian Hendon, and the former Colchester man has been happy since day one.
Clohessy has also worn the captain’s armband in pre-season wins over Colchester and Woking, and following the exit of Nathan Clarke is more than happy to skipper the side if he has chosen as his replacement.
This weekend the O’s have two games against Bishop’s Stortford and another former side in the shape of Southend United, and he is keen to get more minutes under the belt before the season opener at home to Barnet on August 8.
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