Leyton Orient have announced that they have offered a new contract to goalkeeper Jamie Jones, but also released five players following their defeat in the League One play-off final.
Jones, who began his career at Everton, moved to Orient in 2008 during the Martin Ling era and made 37 appearances for the East London club in 2013-14 as they finished third during the regular season.
The 25-year-old was also between the sticks at Wembley last Sunday when Rotherham United denied The O’s a place in next season’s Championship, and is one of five players either considering or given fresh terms at the Matchroom Stadium this week.
19-year-old midfielder Harry Lee has been offered a contract, while the club have taken up an option in Eliot Omozuzi’s deal; Lloyd James and Gary Sawyer also extended their stay on Thursday.
But goalkeeper Jake Larkins, defender De’Reece Vanderhyde, midfielder Johnny Gordon, plus forwards Robbie Simpson and Yohann Lasiment, are all leaving Brisbane Road after they were released.