Leyton Orient new boy Alex Cisak says that he is looking for games after moving permanently to the Matchroom Stadium.The goalkeeper returns to Orient after impressing on loan with the London club towards the back-end of last season.
And, after struggling to usurp Tom Heaton as Burnley’s number one while with his former club, the Australian youth international is now aiming to be the first-choice stopper in Ian Hendon’s Orient team.
“I’m very happy to be back. I’m looking forward to starting the season,” Cisak said to the club’s official site, after joining on the same day that the Sky Bet League 2 side also added Alan Dunne, Connor Essam and Frazer Shaw.
“It didn’t take much persuasion to come back once I heard Leyton Orient were interested. Playing games for me is really important for me, I’m 26 years old now.
“I really enjoyed my time here last season, although unfortunately we went down. Hopefully we can have a good start to the season and get promoted.
“Tom Heaton has done brilliantly at Burnley, so I found for myself that I needed to be playing games. I got the offer here and decided to take a chance and I look forward to playing again.”