Best mate at the club? Mathieu Baudry. We’re good friends outside of football and Orient. We go for a few drinks when we can and he fancies himself as a bit of a golfer, but I always beat him. Last to buy dinner? Mathieu again. He’s got a bit of a reputation for failing to get his wallet out. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever seen it! The Fifa king? A few of the younger lads play. Charlie Grainger loves it and, to be honest, he’s probably the best. Some of them even take their Playstation to away games. I don’t get time to play it at home! Worst dressed? Bradley Pritchard. He’s got some rascal shirts with all sorts of patterns on them. The boys give him a bit of stick and he takes it in good spirits. Dressing room DJ? Blair Turgott thinks he’s a bit of a DJ. Ollie Palmer likes to give him a run for his money and they have a little argument over who gets to put their stuff on before the games. They like a bit of house and R&B and it goes down quite well with the boys. Most skilful? Jay Simpson has got a couple of good little tricks up his sleeve. More often than not they come off and he’s left me all over the place a few times in training. Late for training? Blair Turgott, Paul McCallum and Frazer Shaw are all prime candidates for this. They’re all in a car squad and they like to run it really late. There are a few fines handed out, we’ve got a nice little kitty in the fines pot for the Christmas do already! Teacher’s pet? Sammy Moore is always with Andy Hessenthaler, our assistant manager. The lads give Sammy a bit of stick for that but he’s a top professional and always pushing himself. Best/worst cook? I’m probably the best cook. I’m not too bad in the kitchen and, in any case, I’ve not had any of the lads cook for me. First on the dancefloor? Mathieu Baudry likes a little dance. He thinks he can do a shuffle but he’s a bit stiff in the legs to be any good. Most likely to disgrace themselves at the Christmas party? Paul McCallum. I’ve seen him make a fool of himself in the past. I can’t tell you what he’s done though! Never puts their phone down? Ollie Palmer is constantly on his phone to his good friend Jonjo Shelvey. He doesn’t leave him alone and makes sure everyone knows he’s his mate. We give him a bit of stick for that but it doesn’t stop him! Partial to a sunbed? Charlie Grainger is from Essex so he fits the stereotype, but he genuinely does look like he enjoys a trip to the tanning salon every week or so. Going to make the best manager? Alan Dunne is a good character and a great role model to everyone at the club, not just the younger lads. He’s a leader and people look up to him given his experience in the game.