JAMIE O’Hara admits he has a selection headache going into tonight’s rearranged National League South clash with Weymouth.

The fixture was originally due to take place earlier this month, but vandals ruined the New Lodge playing surface and the meeting had to be postponed.

O’Hara has made a number of alterations to his squad since - with the likes of Sam Deering and Moses Emmanuel departing while a host of youngsters have been drafted in - and the Town player-manager now has plenty of options.

“The great thing for me is that we have good options now,” said O’Hara.

“I’ve got 18 players to choose from and they all deserve to be playing.

“It’s a fantastic problem for me to have.

“There were some tough calls for me to make.”

Billericay will head into the home encounter looking to build on an impressive 1-0 victory over Dulwich Hamlet at the weekend.

Jake Robinson grabbed what proved to be the only goal at Champion Hill.

Although Themis Kefalas - the Queens Park Rangers loanee - was sent off late on after picking up a second booking, the defender is available for selection tonight.

And, despite his dismissal, O’Hara was keen to praise the promising centre-half following a string of impressive performances alongside captain Ronnie Henry.

“Themis always looks like he could get sent off - that’s the type of player he is,” added O’Hara.

“He plays with his heart and soul.

“When he is on a booking, he is always likely to potentially make a mistake in terms of getting turned because he likes to get tight.

“But he has been absolutely outstanding for us and he was outstanding up until that moment when he got sent off.”

Weymouth would move into second spot with a victory, while Billericay could also climb into eighth place.

And O’Hara has faith in his new-look squad.

“Everyone has been working hard to get the pitch back to how it was,” admitted O’Hara.

“We’ll keep going and grinding out performances.

“It was a big performance from us at Dulwich because we lost two big players and the fans were probably thinking ‘that’s another one lost’, but I know what I’m doing with the players I’ve got in.

“I’ve got a fantastic group of young lads who are vibrant and ready to play for me.”