BILLERICAY Town boss Harry Wheeler is delighted after Jake Robinson sealed his return to the National League South promotion chasers.

Wheeler, who is back in charge at the AGP Arena after a brief spell at the helm of Maidstone United, has signed Robinson from the National League Stones.

And Wheeler is pleased to see Robinson follow in his footsteps by returning to the AGP Arena from Maidstone.

“I’m delighted to have Jake back because he is one of the best goalscorers in non-league,” said Wheeler.

“He showed the desire to come back because he loves this club.

“He is part of the old guard that won everything before and goalscorers are priceless.”

Robinson's arrival comes less than 24 hours after the club announced the signing of Cole Kpekawa.

The central defender, 22, has made the move from Scottish Premiership side St Mirren.

And Billericay owner Glenn Tamplin is pleased with the rebuilding process which has taken place in recent months.

"Getting Jake back is massive and we have also signed Cole, who is a very good centre-half," said Tamplin.

"That's our transfer business done for the season.

"We have got the band back together and, of course, it's great to have Harry and Jamie O'Hara back at the club as well.

"I am confident and I think we are the team to watch out for now."