BILLERICAY Town striker Adam Coombes heads into tomorrow’s National League South clash with Truro City determined to continue his sharp-shooting form.

Coombes has netted seven goals in his last eight games and is determined to add to that tally at the AGP Arena this weekend.

“I don’t set myself targets or anything like that but I’ve scored in most of the games we’ve had recently which means I’m helping the team so that pleases me,” said Coombes.

“It’s been going well and under the new manager (Harry Wheeler) I feel as though we’re all moving in the right direction again which is great.

“I’m confident we can keep this going and obviously I’ll be doing all I can to keep on scoring.”

Billericay are currently fifth in the league standings but suffered Essex Senior Cup disappointment in the week, losing 3-2 at East Thurrock United in the semi-final and Coombes remains frustrated by the setback.

“We wanted to get through to another final so it was disappointing to lose,” said Coombes.

“We were definitely frustrated to lose but we’ll be fired up for Saturday now and looking to continue the good form we’ve been showing in the league.”

Billericay have won their last two league games and Coombes is pleased to be back in action for Town having been sent on loan to Welling earlier this season.

“When there was a change in manager I wasn’t playing so much and I’m the type of player who needs games so I went out on loan,” said Coombes.

“I only played twice and scored two goals because I was cup tied for the other games but I’m pleased to be back with Billericay now.”

Concord Rangers head to Gloucester City this weekend.