The winger most recently played for Haywards Heath Town but previously appeared for Horsham and Staines Town following recovery from an ACL injury sustained in his first spell at Hanbury.
Despite only a short spell with the Swans during last season’s Covid hit campaign he was voted the club’s Supporter’s Player of the Season.
The 23-year-old was born in Bermuda and in the summer caught the attention of his homeland when he was called up to the national team for the World Cup qualifying ties against Suriname and Cayman Islands.
The Worthing boss was happy to bolster his attacking options following the recent departures on Tom Chalaye and Mo Diallo.
“He’s very direct, wants to pick the ball up and take players on, I think he’ll be one that will excite supporters”.
“Again, he’s a Sussex lad with talent and big ambitions to kick on and another one that gives us depth and options”.