Adam Hinshelwood says Worthing’s new boss will take charge of Sussex’s biggest non-league club.

The former Albion defender has left the Rebels to take charge at York City.

He sees the move as the next step in fulfilling his goal of managing in the EFL.

His former skipper Aarran Racine has taken interim charge at Worthing Hinshelwood said of his eventual successor: “They will come in and feel what this club is all about.

“I’m sure they will get that connection with the supporters.

“It’s a really good place to learn your trade.

“I’m so grateful for the opportunity that has been given me.

“I’m sure there will be lots of applicants.

“It’s the biggest non-league club in Sussex in my opinion.”

Worthing could give former Albion under-21s skipper Jack Spong his debut in the Vanarama National League south game at Dartford on Saturday.

Spong signed this week having spent the first half of the season at Queen’s Park in Scotland.