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Lee - My Heart Has Always Been With The Club

Harry Lee was one of Leyton Orient's promising youth squad before signing up to professional terms in April.

Along with De'Reece Vanderhyde, the 18 year old has been given the opportunity by the O's to make a career for himself in league football.

Speaking to the club website the youngster can't wait for wait for the 2013/14 season to begin.

"It`s an amazing feeling to sign my first pro deal so I just want to kick on now and get going with pre-season. My heart has always been with the club and I love it here."

Lee has also been appreciative of the support from his team mates after signing a one-year deal.

"I`ve been quite close to Dean Cox and Lloyd James who have been helping me and giving me advice. It`s been helpful to have the other lads like De`Reece (Vanderhyde) and Charlie (Grainger) around you in the squad going through the same experiences."

With a promising season in the youth last time around, OrientVital is looking forward to see how both Lee and De'Reece Vanderhyde make the step up to League 1 football come August.

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Date:Monday May 13 2013

Time: 3:03PM

 

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