O's boss on Chairboys testOrient boss Omer Riza admits it is a proud moment to be named manager, and is eager to do all he can to keep the club in the Football League.
The O's go into tomorrow's game with the Chairboys seven points adrift of safety, but Riza is keen for the O's to perform to the maximum of their ability in the bid to avoid the drop.
The 37-year-old hopes to have a positive impact on the squad and to make a difference over the last seven games.
Riza is wary of the threat Wycombe will pose tomorrow afternoon and admits they have to right the wrongs from last weekend's 3-0 reverse at Crawley Town.
The O's boss also revealed he has added to his backroom staff with the appointment of Frederico Morais and Erbil Bozkurt as coach and goalkeeper coach respectively, who both worked in the club's Academy.
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