Some Leyton Orient staff have been paid their wages for March, Standard Sport understands.
Employees had been waiting for their salaries for nearly a month but it is now thought some have started to receive them.
It remains to be seen, however, what are the plans of Italian owner Francesco Becchetti. Orient have now been relegated to the National League.
Orient would not confirm the payments publicly but earlier on Monday, the Football League released the following statement.
"The EFL remains exceptionally concerned about the current situation at Leyton Orient. We are also aware of the frustration being expressed by the club’s staff.
"This is shared by the EFL Executive, as we are similarly seeking answers to a number of important questions from the directors of the club. Silence is not an acceptable response.
"The EFL last met with Leyton Orient Chief Executive, Alessandro Angelieri on 9th March. At this meeting, we received confirmation that funds would be made available to dismiss the winding-up petition and fund the club going forward.
"The EFL Board received an update on the situation at its meeting on 6th April with the club being asked to provide a further commitment following widespread reporting that the required funding had not been made available. No response has been received to date.
"The EFL Executive are continuing to work with the Club’s dedicated staff to ensure that appropriate arrangements are in place for Saturday’s final home game of the season and would like to place on record our thanks for those that are making this possible, including the local Safety Advisory Group.
"Additionally, a meeting has been arranged with Leyton Orient Fans’ Trust, to try and keep those parties with the club’s best interests at heart, united.
"There has been significant comment in recent days about the EFL’s Owners’ & Directors’ Test in the context of the ownership of Leyton Orient. It is important that supporters understand that the Test governs the eligibility of who is able to own a club - it does not also ensure that those individuals have the capability to manage it properly.
"The role of the EFL is one of a competition organiser and the management of clubs is a matter for their Directors, as long as their conduct is not in breach of any of our Regulations. There are any number of actions the EFL might wish to take, but it can only ever act in accordance with those Regulations.
"While Leyton Orient may have been relegated to the National League, the EFL will continue to do everything it can to ensure that the future of the club is secured."