Defender Joe Rye, midfielders Kane Wills and Jesse Starkey and forward Jake Robinson have all committed their immediate future’s to the club.

It was a breakthrough season for Rye last time around. Named in the starting eleven for the opening game of the season he didn’t look back and rarely put a foot wrong in 43 appearances throughout the campaign which culminated in the 19-year-old picking up the club’s Young Player of Season award.

Wills was another consistent performer in Hinshelwood’s side, the addition of his experience vital in the team’s success and he was an almost ever-present, turning out 49 times.

A firm fan favourite and a huge part of the club’s promotion season, Starkey informed Hinshelwood at the start of the season that he was unable to commit due to work commitments. He didn’t feature until the Sussex Senior Cup semi-final win over Hastings United in April when the club was forced to play two games in 24 hours.

After an injury to influential midfielder Jack Paxman Hinshelwood managed to encourage Starkey to return to the squad for the play-off semi final with Oxford City. He then started the Sussex Senior Cup final triumph over Bognor Regis Town.

Jake Robinson celebrates opening the scoring against Dover Athletic

Veteran forward Robinson arrived at the club amongst much excitement, owing to his impressive scoring record in the National League and he got off to a flying start, opening his Worthing account three minutes into his debut against Dover Athletic on the opening day of the season.

However his joy would soon turn to despair shortly into the second half when a fairly innocuous challenge resulted in a serious knee injury that would require surgery and force him to miss the rest of the season.

The four become the latest players to commit to the Reds following club captain Aarran Racine, Ollie Pearce and Joel Colbran in signing new one year deals.