Adam Hinshelwood, manager of Bostik League Premier club Worthing, has released three players and replaced them with a trio of new signings.
Hinshelwood has released Sam Rents, Jared Rance and Will Miles but has quickly replaced them with Zack Newton, Billy Barker and Kwame Poku.
Newton was a late starter and didn`t play competitive football until he was 16.
He had a successful season at Worthing, scoring 11 goals in 20 games which prompted his signing for National League South side Welling United in the summer.
He has also played for Metropolitan Police and had an early season loan spell with Bostik South East outfit Horsham and is on loan with Worthing for the rest of the season.
Barker can play in several positions on the right-hand side and joins the Rebels from league rivals Burgess Hill Town.
Formerly with Whitehawk, he joins twin brother Danny at The Bibby Financial Services Stadium.
Poku, 18, is one for the future.
He arrives from Bostik South East leaders Cray Wanderers, where he starred in their under-18 side and also made a handful of senior appearances.