JAMIE O’Hara has hinted Josh Urquhart could return to Billericay Town for a fourth spell in the summer.

The versatile defender has left New Lodge and joined Isthmian Premier League side Enfield Town after work commitments resulted in Urquhart being unable to comply with Billericay’s training schedule.

But O’Hara, who has admitted to being an admirer of Urquhart in the past, took to social media to suggest a return could be on the cards ahead of next season.

O’Hara tweeted: “Good luck Josh.

“We will revisit this situation in the summer once we can guarantee better training times for you to be able to get to.

“Josh is a great lad with a great attitude and will be back.”

Urquhart played a key role as Billericay won the treble - the Isthmian Premier League title along with the Essex Senior Cup and Isthmian League Cup - in 2018.

However, Urquhart was unable to commit to football in the National League South and moved onto pastures new.

Urquhart returned to Billericay last summer but departed due to a lack of game-time and joined Essex rivals Braintree Town.

However, O’Hara moved quickly to welcome Urquhart back to Billericay soon after replacing Harry Wheeler as player-manager in September.

Meanwhile, Town are set to do battle with Grays Athletic in the quarter-finals of the Essex Senior Cup tonight.

The two sides were due to meet at New Lodge seven days ago, but a waterlogged pitch resulted in the postponement.

And O’Hara is hoping to continue building momentum - after going three contests unbeaten - by booking a place in the semi-finals.

O’Hara said: “It’s a competition I want to win.

“Grays are a good team who are doing well in their league.

“It’s a tough game for us but there is a big difference in the boys lately.

“We have been great and beat Wealdstone before drawing with Slough Town and we could have won it at the end.

“We probably should have won the game against Dorking.

“We’re in good form, there is great character around the dressing room and we have a great group of boys.

“We’ve just got to see games out and we have three or four at home now.

“Hopefully we can progress in the Essex Senior Cup and push up the table as well.”

O’Hara played a key role as Billericay won the competition in 2018.

Town overcame Chelmsford City in the final at Colchester United’s Jobserve Stadium and O’Hara is now keen to win his first piece of silverware since being installed as player-manager.

And Billericay will go into the home tie with Isthmian North outfit Grays having been involved in a 4-4 National League South thriller against Dorking Wanderers at the weekend.