Date: 6th May 2016 at 3:25pm
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Not that Lloyd James wants this to be the case as he’s more than happy to remain at Leyton Orient.

The problem is his contract expires this summer so his futures out of his hands.

An Achilles injury sidelined James for several months this season, with injuries hampering the midfielder quote a lot over the past couple of years. Despite admitting to London24 he would like to remain at Brisbane Road uncertainty surrounding the club plays a part.

‘I`d like to stay but we`ll have to see what happens. Like I said before, I`ve not been offered a new contract so we`ll have to see. I`ve been here four years and enjoyed all four, the fans are great and to be honest it feels like home, but without a manager and things in place, you have to weigh it up.’

No fewer than nine players, including James, are out of contract this season.

This could see the squad ‘dismantled’, which isn’t something the 28-year-old (who captained us in the win over Mansfield) went on to add that he didn’t want to see happen and doesn’t necessarily feel will be the case.

Failure to make it into the play-offs means this season has been disappointing.

He finished by saying ending the home season with a win was important as it ‘gave something back’ to the fans, which was important with that the aim at Huish Park tomorrow too.

‘I think it was important we gave something back to the fans because they`ve been fantastic all season. We know we`ve underachieved with what we`ve got in the dressing room, but it`s nice to finish with a win.’

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