Leyton Orient players and staff have been told they will receive their March wages tomorrow a club source revealed.

The League Two club are facing relegation into the National League from the Football League for the first time in their 112-year history. 

This could happen as early as this weekend when they take on Luton Town and Hartlepool United three days later.

This is the third different day the players and staff have been told their wages would arrive. 

However, the staff and players remain sceptical about this latest news and the players are still in talks with the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA).

In their 3-0 loss to Cambridge United last Saturday, only three players over the age of 21 were on the pitch in the form of Liam Kelly, Michael Collins and Rowan Liburd.

The O's sit 10 points adrift of safety with 32 points and a minus 34 goal difference.