O's boss ahead of this weekend's trip to the Checkatrade.com StadiumOrient manager Danny Webb admits to the outside world we may be seen as 'easy pickings' but is encouraging his side to give it their all at Crawley Town tomorrow.
The O's boss saw his side lose out 4-1 to Doncaster Rovers last weekend, but Webb was buoyed by their first half showing against the league leaders.
Webb feels Dermot Drummy's side have secured their spot in League Two for next season, but knows they will want to end the season on a high.
The 33-year-old is also hoping to have both Callum Kennedy and Nicky Hunt back available for the trip to Sussex tomorrow following injury, and admits players are playing through the pain barrier in order to give the O's the best possible chance of Football League survival.
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