Worthing boss Adam Hinshelwood still thinks there is plenty more to come from striker Omar Koroma after he scored a brace to help them win 2-1 at Potters Bar last night.

The 31-year-old joined the Rebels last Friday from fellow PitchingIn Isthmian Premier side Carshalton, where he had already scored five goals this season.

Koroma's brace last night means he has already scored three goals in two games for Worthing and Hinshelwood thinks he will be an important player for them.

He said: “I still think is going to getting fitter and get better.

"But he is a good character and his bit of experience and know-how is vitally important with the young squad we have got.

"So I thought it was wise we added him to the squad with a few experienced players that we have got missing at the moment.”

The win means Worthing are now three points clear at the top of the Isthmian Premier and Hinshelwood has been pleased with his sides start to the season.

He said: "It has not been bad, it has been good that we have shown there are different sides to us.

"We had a lot of the ball last night but didn't create as many chances as we normally do.

"So to score other types of goals where we are getting crosses into the box and having to get our head on the ball first, that showed real resilience.

“And that we can adapt and still find a way to win games, which is all important at the moment.

“It is a good start, but we are still learning from those two defeats we had when we were leading in both of those games as well with not long left on the clock.

“There is still loads for us to learn and improve on.”