James Alabi has been removed from the transfer list at Leyton Orient.

The striker was originally the only player listed for transfer when the club issued their released and retained list last month.

However, he made a positive impact in the 5-0 friendly win against Harlow Town, hitting the woodwork twice and scoring the final goal after coming on at half-time.

Alabi also played the majority of the match in Orient's 2-2 draw against Hull City at the Marbella Football Center on Tuesday.

Interim head coach Ross Embleton had previously suggested that conversations with Alabi surrounding his future had been positive.

He told Leyton Orient's website: "The way we act as a Club is about having honesty, integrity and treating people properly. When James returned for pre-season, we had an honest conversation about his role and how he’s got a point to prove.

"He’s worked very hard and with intent since returning, his personality makes him a massive part of the group and his application is superb so it is only fair for him to be given a clear opportunity to show what he’s capable of."