Lee Angol felt "two emotions" following Leyton Orient's 2-0 home defeat to Scunthorpe United.

The striker made his return from injury as a 65th-minute substitute for Dan Happe, but ultimately he was disappointed to be on the losing side as the O's poor run of form continued.

Speaking after the game, Angol said: "I've got two emotions right now. Obviously, personally, I'm happy to be back after being out for two months, but on the flip side, what it's all about is getting the three points and getting a positive atmosphere around here.

"We're going through a hard time right now, but I feel like we just need to keep going, keep working hard and just hope for the win."

Orient parted company with head coach Carl Fletcher last week after just 29 days in charge for the former Plymouth boss, and while Angol himself didn't feature under Fletcher, he suggested that the players need to look at themselves too.

He said: "We've been through a lot as a club and we've been through a lot as individuals over the last year, or even few weeks or months. There are excuses that we can use but we don't want to be putting excuses out there, it is what it is. 

"We've changed manager, I didn't even get to play under him [Fletcher] anyway. Things happen in football, weird things happen. It comes down to the players on the pitch. We've just got to keep working hard on the pitch every day and hopefully, things will turn."