JAMIE O’Hara is keen to avoid any more postponements as Billericay Town look to climb the National League South standings.

Town’s midweek Essex Senior Cup fourth round victory over Basildon United was their first outing since exiting the FA Trophy at the hands of Hampton & Richmond Borough.

Billericay are set to visit Tonbridge Angels tomorrow and O’Hara is keen to secure all three points.

“I had done lots of preparation for the Havant & Waterlooville game because I thought it was going to be a big game, but that ended up getting called off,” said the Billericay player-manager.

“We ended up training on Saturday but we don’t want to train on a Saturday.

“It ruins your whole week and you lose your edge as a manager and players.

“Players want to play and the games to come thick and fast.

“When you’re playing well, like we are, you want to keep the train rolling but it’s like we’re stopping at every tube stop at the moment.

“The Basildon game was our first in December and I want to go this month unbeaten.

“We’ve got some good fixtures that I think we should win and then we’ll see where we are in January.”

Town are 11th, while Tonbridge are second from bottom.