HARRY Wheeler believes Billericay Town’s three-match losing streak is just a blip.

Billericay were unbeaten in seven consecutive National League South clashes before losing to East Thurrock United, Torquay United and Slough Town.

But Wheeler’s seventh-placed Billericay will be looking to get their season back on track when they welcome Hungerford Town, who are in the relegation places, to the AGP Arena tomorrow.

“This is nothing more than a blip,” said the Billericay boss Wheeler.

“It happens in football and we are going to lose games.

“There is no divine right to win games and you need to give your all in every game if you want to get a positive result.

“We have perhaps not controlled games enough in recent weeks but hopefully it will all come together and click.

“It’s really important that we win against Hungerford.”

Despite being in danger of the drop, Hungerford head to south Essex in fine form.

Hungerford are unbeaten in their last three outings and beat Eastbourne Borough.

And Wheeler, who will find out today whether Jake Robinson’s red card at Slough has been rescinded, knows Hungerford will be full of confidence.

“They are not going to lay down and die, so we need to be at our best,” added Wheeler.

“It will be a really difficult game and we have got to get our intensity right.

“We have made the AGP Arena a bit of a fortress and we want that to remain the case.”