Wealdstone boss Dean Brennan praised the impact of striker Dejon Noel-Williams but admits his side should have defended better in the 2-2 draw away at Dorking Wanderers.
A Noel-Williams double in the first half had put the Stones two up but Dorking struck back after the break to hand each side a point.
“I was delighted for Dejon. He got bit by a mosquito in pre-season and was out for three weeks,” Brennan said.
“He had another injury in the pre-season game against Watford.
“He’s a good kid and he works his socks off. He could have had six or seven, hopefully he can continue that form.
“I’m disappointed that we conceded the goals we did and didn’t defend a bit better.
“The goal that got them back in the game was an important one. We felt there was a clear foul in the build-up.”