Leyton Orient manager Andy Hessenthaler is keen for the O’s to make amends for last season and help the O’s secure promotion
The O’s just missed out on the play-offs last term, finishing eighth, and the 50-year-old believes the sole target has to be a return to League One.
Speaking in his first interview since being appointed as first team manager on a permanent basis, Hessenthaler discussed the recent signings of Josh Doherty, Robbie Weir, Gavin Massey and Callum Kennedy, as well as the appointment of Andy Edwards as his assistant.
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