Adam Legzdins wants number-one spot at Leyton Orient after leaving Derby County

New Leyton Orient goalkeeper Adam Legzdins wants the number-one jersey at the Matchroom Stadium.

New Leyton Orient goalkeeper Adam Legzdins has got his eye on the number-one jersey at the Matchroom Stadium.

The 27-year-old agreed a two-year contract with the O's on Friday and will join up with his new club once his contract with Derby County expires later this month.

Legzdins didn't make a single appearance for the Rams last season and now wants to establish himself as a regular with Orient.

"I can see how that togetherness can help you achieve great things and so I wanted a club with a close set of lads with great camaraderie," he told the Derby Telegraph.

"Last year was disappointing for me for various reasons and I played fewer games than I'd hoped, but the year before I played 33 games in the Championship.

"That's my ambition, to play games. I don't want to be number two goalkeeper."

Orient came so close to promotion from League One, losing to Rotherham United in a penalty shootout last month.

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