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Orient sign Canaries youngster

Leyton Orient have signed youngster Jamar Loza on a month's loan from Premier League club Norwich.

Last Updated: 06/01/14 at 18:17

Jamar Loza: Joins on a month's loan

Jamar Loza: Joins on a month's loan

The 19-year-old Jamaican-born forward spent time on loan at Coventry earlier this season and becomes Orient's third signing of the January transfer window along with Tottenham's Shaquile Coulthirst and Jamie Ness of Stoke.

Orient are currently third in League One and manager Russell Slade has not finished in the transfer market yet as he looks to maintain their promotion push.

He told the club website: "With a small squad, young players like Shaquile and Jamar will give us some much-needed depth.

"In the meantime our priority remains to bring in a goalkeeper and more senior forward."

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