Wealdstone boss Stuart Maynard was left disappointed with his side's performance as they went down to a last-gasp defeat against Kidderminster Harriers on Saturday.

Despite being in control of the game at Aggborough, Stones conceded a 93rd-minute winner to Amari Morgan-Smith, which condemned Maynard's men to their second successive defeat in the National League.

"I thought the first half was probably the worst we've been in possession", Maynard told the club's media team.

"We thought they would come and high press us, but they didn't. They sat off us and we've controlled the game with the ball, but very sloppily.

"We tweaked a couple of things at half-time tactically and we've come out for the second half on the front foot. We've had the best chance of the game - Tav [Tahvon Campbell] has gone one on one and it should be in the net."

Depite the loss, the Stones boss also gave his thoughts on how far his side could go this season, referencing how competitive the National League has become in recent months.

"If before the game you'd have given me a point away to Kidderminster, take their form away because this is a league this season where the league table doesn't matter," added Maynard.

"No matter who we play, no matter what form they're in - it doesn't matter in this league!

"Every team is a difficult game and we said it before the season - this is going to be the toughest division that it has ever been."

Maynard then went on to mention the fixture congestion his side have had to face in recent weeks and how it has effected his players.

"We've just gone away to Gateshead on a Tuesday night. We've got in at half four, five o'clock in the morning and then we've got to come to Kidderminster on a Saturday - another three hours on a coach," said Maynard.

"Without even kicking a ball, in both games before you get here, it's a disadvantage to a part-time team. I've never been one to come in front of interviews and make excuses, but we've got to realise as a football club where we're at."

The Stones face a shorter trip across the capital to face league rivals Bromley in an FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie on Saturday.

And they then play host to local rivals Boreham Wood at Grosvenor Vale the following weekend as Maynard and his players look to put another disappointing result behind them.