Leyton Orient boss Jobi McAnuff says his side are determined to finish above Carlisle United in League Two.

The Orient player-manager has dismissed the suggestion that nothing is riding on tomorrow's game in the capital.

The 11th-placed Os cannot reach the play-offs while 10th-placed United, a point in front of this weekend's opponents, need a mathematical miracle to make the top seven.

But McAnuff, whose side fell out of the race with defeat at Southend last weekend, insisted there is still plenty still to play for with two games to go.

"That's been the big message from the minute we've come back in - it's about making sure we finish strongly," he said on his club's website.

"As a player you've always got something to prove. You're playing for your club and have to go out and play to the best of your ability no matter the circumstances.

"We don't want to help anybody get in those play-off places.

"We've got Carlisle coming up first and we want to finish above them.

"There's still plenty at stake for us, everybody here's still got plenty to play for and everybody's got to give 100 per cent."

Orient won 1-0 at Brunton Park in March thanks to a late Conor Wilkinson goal, but McAnuff believes Chris Beech's team are in better shape now.

He said: "From what we've seen since we've played them they've actually been on a good run.

"They can be fairly direct into the front, but it's certainly not just a matter of whacking it up there.

"They've got some really good players up there, and once they get the ball into those forward areas they do get the ball down and try and play.

"For me, [they are] an improved side since we last played them and we have to deal with [those] things to give ourselves the best chance to win, like we did away from home."