Worthing are off to flying start - with scope to improve.

Rebels go to Slough in Vanarama National League south tonight having won their opening two games.

Thy followed a patient 1-0 win at home to Tonbridge Angels with a landmark 3-0 success at relegated Torquay on Saturday.

Worthing manager Adam Hinshelwood: “I’m really pleased. They have been two completely different games.

“But I still think there is lots of scope to improve.

“We made a bit of a tactical switch at half-time on Saturday, going from a three to a back four which worked well for us.

“The players worked really hard in pre-season and it was good to see them get some reward.”

Hinshelwood praised his midfield trio of Ricky Aguiar, who rejoined the club on loan from Swindon, Michael Klass and debutant Odei Martin.

The Rebels boss said: “They covered every blade of grass and got about the pitch but they were also calm when they had the ball.

“Sometimes it can be hard to combine those two aspects – to be charging around but also to have that composure.

“There was 2,700 there and a bit of a hostile crowd when we first came out.

“They had unbelievable facilities.

“The pitch was watered at half-time and it felt like a Football League type game.

“It was pleasing to show our qualities in that environment.”

Worthing have no fresh injuries going into tonight’s game.

Jake Robinson, Kane Wills and Cam Tutt will stay behind to do an extra training session with the youngsters as they recover from injuries.