The 23-year-old came to Woodside last summer following the expiration of his contract at Championship side Coventry City. He became a key part of the Rebels squad last term, making 39 appearances across all competitions, scoring 15 goals.

Boss Chris Agutter commented on the importance of tying down Cashman for next season, “We are very happy to re-sign Cash for the coming season. Danny is an exceptionally talented footballer who brings so much quality to the team, he’s a match-winner who consistently rises to the occasion and he will be absolutely integral to us moving forward.

“We also believe there is a lot more to come from Danny which can only be a positive for us as a team as we look ahead to the challenge in front of us.”

The versatile midfielder popped up with goals at key moments last season, including a brace against Bath City to help the side reach the First Round of the FA Cup for the first time since 1999 – a feat he repeated against the same opponents a few months later in Worthing’s first ever live TV match.

He becomes the latest player to commit his future to the club as new boss Chris Agutter builds his squad ahead of his first season in charge.