Adam Hinshelwood toasted signing a new long-term contract at Worthing Football Club and said: “I’ve got to repay the faith shown in me now.”

Former Brighton & Hove Albion defender Hinshelwood, 34, put pen to paper on a three-year deal to continue as first-team boss and academy manager at Woodside Road in a move announced after Saturday’s 1-0 Bostik League Premier Division home success over Needham Market. Hinshelwood returned in September, having previously had a spell in charge, and guided Worthing to Bostik League Premier Division safety with games to spare.

And after signing the new deal, Hinshelwood insists the hard work starts now. He said: “It’s brilliant to be involved full-time at a club that wants to push on up and progress up the leagues.

“They match the ambition that I’ve got as a manager, it’s incredible for them to give me the opportunity they have.”

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