Worthing's assistant-manager Danny Bloor surveyed the first half of the Rebels' season and insisted there is plenty more to come.

Worthing are currently ninth but just six points off third place.

Bloor said: "I would give us six or seven out of ten at this stage.

"We can certainly do better and I believe we will. Injuries have been a real problem in recent weeks but hopefully that will change for the second half of the season."

Nko Ekoku and Stewart Holmes are both battling to recover from knee injuries in time for Monday's visit of Tonbridge Angels. A number of other players including striker Sam Francis continue to be missing.

In the absence of Francis, Gillingham loan striker Jones Awuah scored twice as Worthing ended a run of three straight defeats by winning 2-0 at Windsor and Eton last Saturday.

Bloor said: "It was hard for Jones in his first game for us but he scored twice last week. His second goal was a quality finish and that is what we brought him here for."