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Jamie Howell surveyed Bognor’s form and admitted: We have not been clinical enough.

The Rocks visit Hendon tomorrow on the back of a 1-0 home defeat to Kingstonian – their eighth league loss of the season.

In seven of those games they have ended goalless as well as pointless.

It’s a worry for Howell and Darin Killpartrick as they try to keep their team in the play-off picture.

Howell said: ‘It was really disappointing coming away on Saturday being beaten as I thought we played well.

‘It was very similar to a lot of games we’ve played this season.

‘We had a lot of the ball and didn’t really make any real chances.

‘It’s been our problem all season – we’ve not been clinical enough in front of goal and that’s why we’ve not won as many games.

‘It’s about finding a remedy to that.’

The Rocks must again choose which of Ashley-Paul Robinson, Dan Thompson, Jordan Clarke and Harvey Whyte to play in attack, or whether to go with all of them.

At the back, full-back Daryl Wollers may again be asked to fill in at centre-half with Ben Andrews and Louis John struggling.