Leyton Orient manager Martin Ling has revealed the club are hoping to bring trialist Adam Chambers to the club on a permanent basis.
The former West Brom midfielder has impressed Orient coaching staff during his time at the club, culminating in a goal for the reserves during the week.
Chambers has spent the majority of the last two seasons on the sidelines recovering from injuries and arrived at the Matchroom Stadium with the hope of winning a permanent switch.
The 25-year-old is now expected to be offered a contract with the League One outfit for the coming season.
"Adam came here originally to see whether we could get him fit and whether we would have a look at him," Ling said.
"He has done well, and we are looking at the situation."
Another player to earn a trial with The O's is former Tottenham Hotspur defender Nathan Peprah-Annan.