BILLERICAY Town “could’ve won” against Weymouth despite drawing 0-0, according to boss Jamie O’Hara.

O’Hara, who has made 93 Premier League appearances for Spurs, Wolves and Portsmouth, scoring nine goals, watched on as a resolute Ricay side held the Terras to a stalemate.

The Essex side rode their luck in the first half, with Weymouth winger Abdulai Baggie missing a sitter.

But the visitors improved in the second half and saw Femi Akinwande and Jack Paxman denied by Terras’ gloveman Calum Ward as both teams had to settle for a point.

Speaking to Billericay’s social media team, O’Hara admitted he would have taken a point if offered one before the contest.

“It’s a tough, tough place to come,” O’Hara said. “First and foremost, the fans were absolutely different class. For 90 minutes they sang their hearts out.

“The last five minutes when we came under a bit of pressure, you could see the players, they reacted to their support.

“I brought in (centre-back) Michael Chambers, he made the difference. These types of players that you want are hard to get at this level at this time of the season.

“I’ve been trying and trying and trying and finally I’ve got one. Chambers was different class. We build from the back, we’ve got goals in the team and I said to the boys we could’ve won it.

“We had some really good chances, Femi had a couple and Pax had a great chance, so the game was there for us to win but you’d take a point (at Weymouth) every day of the week.”