He joins the club having been a regular for the Tanners since breaking through during the 2017/18 season, making almost 100 appearances in total.
Prior to that he had also represented Carshalton and Kingstonian at youth level.
“He’s the best young defender we’ve come up against in this league”
Worthing boss Adam Hinshelwood made securing Seager’s services a priority this summer; “He’s the best young defender we’ve come up against in this league”.
The 22-year-old operates mainly in central defence but can also be used in midfield.
“He’ll be a big asset for us, he suits the way we play with his ability on the ball and his versatility means he can cover a few positions if necessary”.
Like fellow summer signing Harrison Male, Seager has already featured in a red shirt, managing to get on the scoresheet in the 7-0 win over East Preston last month.