Loan deals between two Isthmian League clubs are not permitted for non-contract players so Chalaye’s registration has been transferred to the Leylands Park club, however Reds boss Adam Hinshelwood explained we may see the striker back in a Worthing shirt.

“Tom needs a good run of games, I’ve said that in recent weeks and with the arrival of Callum Kealy it gives us the opportunity to allow him to go and do that”.

“We have an agreement with Jay (Lovett, Burgess Hill Town manager) that we’ll look at it again in two months when Callum goes back to Dorking and see what’s best for everyone”.

The 20-year-old who had a similar spell with the Town last season has made 20 first team appearances this season, scoring 4 times.