ROBBIE Herrera insisted there is “plenty to work on” despite watching his Dorchester Town side beat Christchurch 3-2 in an entertaining friendly at a rainy Avenue Stadium.

Olaf Koszela’s double sandwiched Max Wilcock’s equaliser before Emmanuel Ohameje’s rising shot rippled the roof of the net for 2-2.

Koszela was sent off for a studs-up challenge on Ben Satterley before trialist Callum Watts bagged an 89th-minute winner with a clever low free-kick.

Dorchester’s win followed an 8-0 victory over Exmouth Town last week – both victories coming against ninth-tier opposition.

Speaking to Echosport post-match, ex-Fulham defender Herrera highlighted areas for improvement.

He said: “Tough game to be fair, didn’t play as well as I was hoping or expecting.

“Don’t get me wrong, we had some real good passages of play. I’d still like the ball to be moved quicker and I’ve let my feelings (be) known at half-time and the end.

“Plenty to work on – poor for the goals we gave away, once again.

“If we do concede, I’d like to see a team that opens us up and scores a great goal instead of us giving it away, which we seem to do here.

“It’s a trait that’s been following this club for the last couple of seasons. It’s something we need to get out of and it’s starting to become a mental block thing, or concentration rather than playing ability.

“If we can eradicate that and I can add one or two bodies, I’m not saying we’re going to go and rip up trees and win this, that and the other but to have a season where we can be comfortable rather than looking too much up would be quite nice.”

However, Herrera was pleased with the danger Dorchester created going forward.

He said: “Last week we moved the ball particularly well and the ball speed was high.

“This week, not so quick but the times we did move it we caused problems – we look a half-decent side.

“I’m trying to change the style of play. I want us to pass it, especially on this pitch. You’ve got to be able to handle the ball and pass it.

“If I can get the personnel in that can do that, hopefully we’ll be in a better place."

Bath City trialist Watts made an instant impact on his debut.

Reflecting on the midfielder’s winner, Herrera said: “Very good – nice for him to get it.

“He’s come in and we’ll have a look at him. He hasn’t had many minutes since August, so he’s lacking a bit of match fitness, but he’s got 90 minutes.

“He’ll come in and train, hopefully, with us in the coming weeks and we’ll see how we go when the league does finally get up and running.”

Picking out more positives, Herrera added: “Obviously the goals we scored. Olaf again, he’s a handful when he’s like that.

“We saw the other side which we’re not too happy about. But credit to the boy, he’s a threat when he gets the ball, so that was pleasing.

“Sam Davidson came in and got 20 minutes and looked composed (which) was great for us because he's been missing the last few weeks.

“It’s shaping up, but still a lot of work to do. We’re not getting carried away with winning last week and this week.

“Credit to the boys they’ve won two on the bounce and it’s a nice habit to have.”