The 22-year-old joins the Mackerels from league rivals Leatherhead, having already featured for the Reds in last months 7-0 friendly victory against EP:
“The environment seems so well-sorted out, so from my side there’s always been an interest.”
“When I played for Leatherhead against Worthing last year I got talking with Hinsh and it’s ended up in me signing.”
He joined the Surrey side in November 2017 and was part of a Tanners defence which defeated Worthing by four goals to three in October at Fetcham Grove, a match that added to his developing interest in the club:
“I’ve always been interested in Worthing as a club at this level and thought it would be a great club to play for to progress; the environment seems so well-sorted out, so from my side there’s always been an interest.”
The Mackerels have ended both of the two previously-expunged Isthmian League campaign top of the pile, with Seager declaring it his primary aim to help push the Reds over the line in the forthcoming campaign:
“Particularly the last couple of seasons seeing how well the club was doing, promotion is definitely up there (as an aim) for this one, so I obviously want to do everything I can to make it happen.
“The way the club has developed under George (Dowell) in the last six years, it would be an amazing experience to be promoted as part of the side.”
Worthing boss Adam Hinshelwood has described his new signing as ‘the best young defender in the league’ and is still hopeful of strengthening the squad further:
“I’ve said before I expected 4/5 new faces to come in so we’re still working on a few other possibilities but I’m delighted to have got Harrison and Will in so far.”
“Any players we bring in have got have quality and be better than what we already have”.