BILLERICAY Town have completed the signing of Dejon Noel-Williams.

Noel-Williams has made the move to New Lodge from National League South rivals Wealdstone and is the son of Billericay assistant manager Gifton Noel-Williams.

Jamie O’Hara had been keen to bring reinforcements to Town and the player-manager is pleased to have also signed Watford defender Harry Hudson on loan.

“Harry is a left-footed defender who is tall and strong,” said O’Hara.

“He was on loan at Cray Wanderers earlier in the season and did well there, so it’s pleasing to have brought him in.

“We’re also pleased to have signed Dejon and it’s good to have some new faces in the squad.

“I’ve been wanting to strengthen us up a bit and the board have been great because they realised we needed to get some more bodies in and add more quality to the squad.

“With so many games being called off, we have a backlog of fixtures and we will need more players to help us through that period.”

Noel-Williams and Hudson are in line to make their Billericay debut in tomorrow’s clash with Bath City.

While Billericay are 17th in the National League South standings, only Wealdstone are above second-placed Bath.

But O’Hara insists Town must improve their form on the road.

“We are four games behind everyone else and we need to get points on the board,” added O’Hara.

“Our away form has to get better because, if it does, we will be close to the play-offs again.”