JAMIE O’Hara is pleased to see Billericay Town adapting to a new style of play.

O’Hara’s unbeaten start to life as Town’s player-manager continued with a 4-2 FA Cup third qualifying round win over National League South rivals Bath City.

And O’Hara feels Billericay are already coming to terms with his attacking passing style just a matter of weeks after Harry Wheeler’s sacking.

O’Hara, who replaced Wheeler in the hotseat last month, said: “Everyone has their own style.

“Harry is a fantastic manager and great coach.

“We had a style because we were using [Matt] Rhead.

“I haven’t got Rhead and that wasn’t how I want to play.

“For me, Robbo [Jake Robinson] gives us everything in terms of what I want as a forward.

“He runs off the ball, breaks lines, gets in and creates chances for himself with the runs he makes.

“I can use the wide boys who are powerful, dynamic and direct. I’ve got footballers in midfield, which is what I want.

“The style has been great and we’ll keep working on it.

“When we get the ball, I want the boys to get the ball forward, be confident, take risks and take players out of the game.

“They have taken that on board and you can see them trying to break lines.

“Some of the football was a joy to watch.”

Although the visitors took an early lead at the Steel Team Stadium thanks to Adam Mann’s effort deflecting in via the post, Billericay quickly hit back as Joe Raynes put Jordan Parkes’ centre through his own net.

Jake Robinson turned the tie on its head by nodding home seven minutes before the break.

And Billericay doubled their advantage in first half injury time as Parkes rounded goalkeeper Ryan Clarke before stroking the ball home.

Parkes was denied a second goal by the woodwork shortly after the resumption and Bath profited as Ryan Brunt converted from close range.

Ben Nunn made two important blocks on the goal-line to frustrate the away side and striker Robinson ensured Billericay would be in the hat for the next round by completing his brace in the dying moments.