Eastbourne manager Danny Bloor says signing experienced goalkeeper Lee Worgan was a no brainer.

The 37-year-old arrives at Priory Lane having left Dorking Wanders earlier this week.

Since making his debut for Wimbledon back in 2003 he has gone on to become one of the most respected and experienced keepers in semi-pro football, making over 500 appearances during his career.

Worgan who was born in Eastbourne had a brief spell with The Sports in 2006 but has never played for his hometown club.

But Bloor admits when the opportunity arose to bring Worgan back to the club it was a no brainer.

He said: “When the opportunity arose to sign Lee it was an absolute no brainer.

"Lee is without a shadow of a doubt one of the best goalkeepers in non league football and it is also of course a major plus to be able to sign a permanent goalkeeper.

"Lee is a major acquisition on and off the pitch and we look forward to him making his debut."

"I would like to say a massive thanks to my friend Marc White - the Dorking manager - who helped to make this move happen.

"Finally, an even bigger thanks go to our board and in particular chairman Dave Blackmore who has gone above and beyond to get Lee to Eastbourne Borough."

Worgan comes in to provide competition to Curtis Anderson who is on loan from League One side Wycombe Wanders and is set to make his debut at Hemel Hempstead Town on Saturday.