HARRY Wheeler has challenged his Billericay Town side to be more clinical in the final third.

Town will make the journey to Oxford City for a National League South encounter tomorrow.

And, following a 1-1 draw with Bath City last weekend, Billericay will be eager to return to winning ways at Marsh Lane.

Town boss Wheeler said: “We showed glimpses of creating an opportunity in the second half, but the final pass wasn’t right or the first touch wasn’t right. Sometimes we were offside when we shouldn’t be.

“We just didn’t create enough chances and our work in the final third wasn’t good enough.

“However, I think that’s the first time we have said that this season, so it’s not something that we will worry about too much.

“We will go again and there is nothing to panic about because we have scored a lot of goals already this season and I’m sure we will continue to do so.”

While fourth-placed Billericay have made an encouraging start to the season, Oxford are 18th in the standings and have only registered one home win this term.

And Town will be keen to capitalise on Oxford poor run of form at Marsh Lane.

However, they will be without the injured Callum Kennedy.