Jack Wadham has described his brilliant winning goal for Worthing as the best feeling ever.

The on-loan midfielder connected from outside the box with a sweetly-struck volley to secure a 1-0 win at Chelmsford.

That result put Rebels right on the Essex club’s heels in the race for second place and top seeding in the Vanarama National League south promotion play-offs.

Wadham, who is on loan from Bournemouth, told his parent club’s website “It was just mad. I just ran straight to the fans and was buzzing. It’s the best feeling ever.

“I don’t get it often. I don’t score many goals but it was unbelievable. It brings you closer to the fans and hopefully there will be more moments like that.”

Wadham said he had “a lot of notifications” on his phone but added: “I don’t want to get too carried away with all that really and just focus on the next game.

“I have been there a month or two now and it’s been really good. I’ve played a lot of games and got a lot of minutes, I am enjoying it.

“Hopefully we can push on, get in the play-offs and do well there.”

Wadham’s strike has been a big hit on social media.

He said: “I just wanted to get a good strike on it and I did.

“I just saw it going straight for the top corner and I was buzzing.”

The win was a great start for interim boss Aarran Racine.

Worthing return home tomorrow as lowely Taunton visit.

There will be a special welcome for top scorer Ollie Pearce.

As well as being named divisional player of the month, he has also been named in the England C squad.