Sounds somewhat familiar to where I was when I started to try and lose the fat. As stated, its hard to help much without knowing your diet or workout routine. My biggest advice is to not try and do too much too fast. I cut carbs out of my diet way to fast and it hurt my training intensity more than I realized. I would evaluate exactly what you are eating to get a good idea of where you sit with total calories and a macro count.
From there you can get a pretty good idea of your maintenance calories which you will probably want to know when setting a goal for daily or weekly calories/nutrition. Everyone responds a little different to carb/protein/fat ratio so you might need to experiment with this.
As far as the workouts go, I've found that keeping your workouts intense are about the only thing you can do to help with getting leaner. Cut your rest time down and don't be afraid to experiment with different rep ranges, I've enjoyed working in the 8-15 rep range for these workouts. I know this is pretty general information but to get specific requires more info about your current nutrition/workout patterns.