JAMIE O’Hara admits Billericay Town must forget about their FA Cup exit to Forest Green Rovers and quickly turn their attentions back to their National League South campaign.

Billericay, who are 11th in the standings, are set to welcome table-toppers Wealdstone to New Lodge tonight.

And, having seen his side suffer a 4-0 defeat at the hands of League Two leaders Forest Green Rovers 72 hours ago, O’Hara is keen to see Town challenge for a play-off place this term.

The Billericay player-manager said: “I said to the boys after the game at Forest Green that they needed pick themselves up because we had a go and it was a step too far for us.

“I think that we have had tough draws in the FA Cup and we did unbelievably well to get to the first round with everything that’s been happening at the football club this season.

“We didn’t disgrace ourselves at Forest Green, but now it’s back to business.

“We want to try and push into the play-offs if we can.”

Tonight’s clash will also see a host of familiar faces returning to New Lodge for the first time since leaving Billericay.

Ex-Town boss Dean Brennan will be in the away dugout and looking to seal all three points with his Wealdstone outfit already seven points clear at the summit.

Michee Efete may feature in Stones’ backline while Billy Clifford and Connor Smith have become regulars in Brennan’s midfield.

Ross Lafayette has scored 10 goals in all competitions this season, having left Billericay at the end of last term.