A settlement has been reached with Leyton Orient over the decision to allow West Ham sole occupancy of the Olympic Stadium.
In a statment today the Premier League said:
"The Premier League and Leyton Orient FC are pleased to announce that they have reached settlement of a dispute regarding the future use of the Olympic Stadium on terms which are confidential.
"Leyton Orient confirms, however, that it no longer disputes the validity of the Premier League’s decision to allow West Ham United to occupy the Stadium."
In League One, Leyton Orient took on Wolverhampton Wolves at home. First-half goals from Richard Stearman and Bakary Sako put Wolves on top at the break, but an early reply from Dean Cox gave Orient some hope.
In the end those hopes were dashed - with a decisive three nil win for Wolves. The results puts them at the top of the table.
Leyton Orient is asking fans to help pick the playlist for the pre-match and half-time music at the stadium.
All fans need to do is tweet the name of the song and the artist followed by the hash tag #OrientMusic. The songs are then added to the playlist of home games.
Leyton Orient FC said: "With six HUGE home games to go in the race for promotion, this is your chance to help build the atmosphere inside E10. Up the O's."
Leyton Orient's League One home game against Bristol City tomorrow is off, a victim of the bad weather.
The floodlights at the Matchroom Stadium were damaged in high winds over Christmas, and have not been repaired in time for the scheduled New Year's Day fixture.
It's a blow to Leyton Orient's hopes of going back to the top of the League One table, after they were overtaken by Brentford on Sunday.
West Ham will not be able to block Leyton Orient agreeing a separate deal to rent the Olympic Stadium, the League One club's chairman has disclosed.
Barry Hearn said the news had emerged from a meeting he had had with the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC).
West Ham won the bid to be the anchor tenants but Hearn said the LLDC had confirmed the Premier League club could not block other companies or clubs agreeing deals to use the Olympic Stadium when it was not being used by the Hammers.
Hearn told Press Association Sport: ""I was not sure if West Ham were guaranteed to be the only football club using the stadium and the breakthrough news for me was that the answer is no, they are just a tenant".
Police have arrested a man after a pitch invasion during Leyton Orient's League One clash away at Swindon Town yesterday.
Orient's 3-1 win at the County Ground was marred when a Swindon supporter ran on to the pitch and appeared to attack the league leader's goalkeeper, Jamie Jones.
Jones' manager, Russell Slade, said although his player was unhurt, he was left angry by the incident - which he described as the worst he had seen since becoming a manager.
Swindon chairman Jed McCrory said the club would be launching a review of its safety measures.
Wiltshire Police confirmed they had arrested a 26-year-old man in connection with the incident.
A force spokesman said: "He was arrested on suspicion of pitch invasion and remains in custody at Gablecross Police Station, Swindon, at this stage.
"Police inquiries are ongoing."
An influential group of peers says Leyton Orient football club should be allowed occasional use of the Olympic Stadium.
The stadium is to be the new home of Premier League club West Ham - near neighbours of Orient.
The call comes in a report out today in which the House of Lords Committee criticises the Government's Olympic legacy projects.