JAKE Robinson is eager to avoid more late drama when Billericay Town host Hungerford Town tomorrow.

The striker has grabbed a late winner in each of Town’s first three home clashes of the National League South campaign.

But Robinson is hoping to enjoy a more comfortable win at the Steel Team Stadium this time around.

“After scoring late winners against Eastbourne Borough and Welling United, I went into the third home game thinking surely it wouldn’t happen again, but it did,” said Robinson.

“As a striker, I don’t really care how or when the goals come and it is nice to get the late winners.

“But it would be nice to win a game comfortably for once.

“It would be great to go into the last few minutes with a two or three goals up and with a clean sheet.

“But, at the same time, it doesn’t matter how we win.

“Getting the three points is all that matters.”

Robinson scored a stoppage time winner against Eastbourne on the opening day and then went onto fire home a 90th minute spot-kick to snatch a last-gasp victory against Welling.

The frontman ensured all three points by completing his brace with an 87th minute goal against St Albans City in Billericay’s most recent outing at the Steel Team Stadium.

As a result, Robinson has found the back of the net on four occasions already this season.

And the 32-year-old is pleased with his record in front of goal during the opening month of the campaign.

“I got last season off to a really good start by scoring four goals in the opening game against Truro City, but I am playing in a different role this term,” added Robinson.

“With Rheady (Matt Rhead) coming in during the summer, I have not been the lone striker and I have also been on the bench a couple of times.

“But I’m reasonably pleased with my goals return and I feel as though I have been clinical.

“I haven’t had many chances, but I have taken them when they have come and I know there will be more opportunities as well.”

While seventh-placed Billericay will be looking to maintain their 100 per cent winning record on home soil, Robinson insists Harry Wheeler’s side cannot afford to underestimate Hungerford.

The visitors have registered a solitary victory and find themselves second from bottom in the standings.

“Hungerford beat us when they came here last season, so we can’t take three points for granted,” admitted Robinson.

“This league is very open and, on any given day, anyone can beat anyone.

“We want to keep our home form up and that will be key if we want to win promotion this season.

“Teams often spend too much time thinking about the opposition but we need to focus on ourselves.

“We need to impose ourselves on the game and hopefully our quality will show.”