Adam Hinshelwood admitted Worthing have been ‘poor, at best, to watch’ and demanded improvement as the Mackerel Men look to secure a Bostik Premier play-off spot with three games left of the season to play, the West Sussex Gazette report.

Worthing have suffered two successive 3-0 away defeats after previously going ten games unbeaten.

Hinshelwood’s side sit in fifth, the final play-off place, but are just a point ahead of place-below Leatherhead and three ahead of ninth-placed Folkestone Invicta.

Hinshelwood said: “We know we’ve got to improve. We’ve been nowhere near our level and it’s been poor, at best, to watch.

“Training was good last week and had a good intensity to it, so we didn’t see defeat coming on Saturday. That’ll be the message to the players. Try and rediscover and recreate what we see in training on a weekly basis.

“We’ve got to focus on ourselves and get back to the kind of form we produced before these next two games.”

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