Adam Hinshelwood has urged his side to not get carried away with talk of winning the title.

Worthing currently sit top of the BetVictor Isthmian Premier with eight games of the season remaining.

However, Hinshelwood has spoken to his players about getting carried away.

He said: “One or two players have mentioned about the title, but in the position we are in we will always be talked about.

“At the moment our focus is on Enfield and getting a result against them.

“There is still eight games and plenty of points to play for.

“We need to try and build on that result against Wingate, so we have to reign in any talk of winning the league.”

Rebels will have their new signing former Albion midfielder Dean Hammond available when they travel to play-off chasing Enfield tomorrow and Hinshelwood is expecting a tough game.

He said: “They are a really good side, they got a good draw against Folkestone and also got a win in the week.

“Their side is full of experience and are well organised so it will be a tough game.”

Worthing will have to keep an eye on is Enfield striker Billy Bricknell.

The 31-year-old striker has scored 18 goals and got 12 assists in all competitions and Hinshelwood says they will need to be aware of his threat.

He said: “He has got a good eye for goal both him and Shaun Okojie, who came in to replace Muhammadu Faal, who joined Bolton.

“They have got a good partnership and understanding.

“Billy has experience at a higher level and if you give him half a yard he will punish you, so we will have to be aware of that.”