JAKE Robinson insists Billericay Town will continue to chase the National League South title until it is mathematically impossible to be crowned champions.

Robinson has sealed his return to the AGP Arena just three months after departing for Maidstone United and the striker is set to be involved in Town's clash with table-toppers Torquay United tomorrow.

Although he concedes winning the title may be beyond Billericay, due to being eight points adrift of the leaders, Robinson is adamant that he will push for top spot until it is mathematically impossible.

“I know this place like the back of my hand and I have such a fantastic record here that I feel like I will be able to go straight back in and play how I was before,” added Robinson.

“I feel fit because I have been training full-time with Maidstone and I feel quite well rested because I haven’t been playing a lot of games.

“It’s a massive game to come back into and I know the crowd will be brilliant.

“The game has got repercussions for both teams and these are the sort of games that I came to Billericay for in the first place.

“You want to be at the top end of the table, battling for promotion.

“Until it is mathematically impossible, we are still challenging for the title and that’s why it is such a massive game this weekend.

“Being realistic, you would say that Torquay and Woking are still the favourites but anything can happen at this level.

“If they have a drop in form and we are on fire at the right time then anything can happen.”