Adam Chambers grateful to Leyton Orient but focused on Walsall FC Express Star
Orient head to the Banks's Stadium to face the Saddlers in a game of huge importance for both sides.
The visitors, smarting from last week's derby defeat to fellow promotion chasers Brentford, are still well in the mix for a top two finish. For the hosts, the swing doors of the last chance saloon are looming ever closer for their play off hopes and will shut in their faces soon, if they can't end their current nine game losing streak.
Tomorrow's game and Tuesday's trip to Bradford represent a final chance to kick start the campaign, much in the same way, eight years ago, Orient gave Chambers the chance to resurrect his career.
A back injury which had kept the former Masteron Cutting Albion midfielder out of the game for 18 months meant he didn't know quite what to expect when he arrived at Brisbane Road in the summer of 2006. He ended up staying for five years, making almost 200 appearances.
"I went there on trial initially and on a short term contract but they gave me the chance to prove what I Methenolone Enanthate 100mg Cycle could do," he said. "To prove that I was back to full fitness.
"I owe a huge thank you to everyone at the club."
Chambers left north east London in 2011 and headed to the Saddlers to re join Dean Smith, who was assistant boss at Orient during the first three years of his stay.
On a personal level, he is delighted to see the success his old "Anadrol 50" club have achieved Mesterolone Antidepressant this year.
But it is Walsall's fortunes which concern him now. Along with twin brother James, the 33 year old is an elder statesman of "Anadrol 50" this Saddlers side, though you wouldn't know it, such is his ability to still cover so much of the pitch from central midfield.
He's expecting another tough workout on Saturday, in a game which has all the ingredients of a cracker. Orient, already Buy Jintropin virtually assured of a play off place, are unlikely to adopt the tactic used by several sides at the Banks's this season and sit back.
Chambers believes this could play right into the Saddlers' hands.
"I think it's fair to "Oxandrolone Powder India" say we have struggled against teams who have sat back," he said.
"But I think they (Orient) have little to lose and need to win. Hgh Jintropin Avis We normally play better against teams that come and attack because it is easier to find the gaps between the lines and to attack ourselves that way. I would expect Orient to come out at the weekend and go for it. We still believe in our chances."
Those chances might have become less thanks to recent form but after his injury, Chambers is not one to take a short term view. That's the main reason he signed a two year deal to stay at the Banks's last summer. Fully aware his career is in its final stages, he believes he's in the right place to succeed.
"When you have time out through injury like I had, it gives you a different outlook on your career," he said.
"You don't take things for granted, you want to achieve and it's the same when you get near the end of your career. You want to make the most of the time you have left."