Slade hopeful on Odubajo stay
Russell Slade hopes securing promotion to the Championship will ensure young winger Moses Odubajo stays at Leyton Orient.
Odubajo has attracted interest from a host of sides in the top two divisions following two impressive seasons in the O's first team.
But Slade insists the 20-year-old is solely focused on getting to the Championship with Orient, who face Rotherham in the League One play-off final on Sunday.
"Moses is a very good talent and a cracking kid, he is willing to learn and is improving all the time," said Slade.
"Eventually he could play at the very top level. That's why he will attract interest. We are delighted with him, for someone who is 20 to play 100 games is unusual at this level.
"There will be competition for him I'm sure, but his priority and focus will be to get to the Championship and play for this club there. He loves it here."