Adam Hinshelwood is urging Worthing’s attacking talent to come through a current ‘lull’ in form, report the West Sussex Gazette.

The club’s poor form in the Bostik League Premier Division continued last night as they were beaten 1-0 at high-flying Merstham.

That was a fifth defeat in six league outings, leaving them tenth in the table. Manager Hinshelwood was once again concerned by a lack of cutting edge in the final third against the Moatsiders. But he is hopeful his attacking pool will come good in the weeks to come.

He said: “We’re getting into that final third, it’s just a little bit lacklustre at the moment.

“We’ve got quality with Zack (Newton), David (Ajiboye), Callum (Kealy), Alex (Parsons) and Ollie (Pearce), there’s no question of the quality.

“They just all seem to be going through a bit of a lull at the moment. Nothing is really happening for them.”

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