Former Albion defender Stuart Tuck believes he can help the revolution at Burgess Hill gather momentum.

Tuck has signed for the Hillians after deciding not to return to Bognor, where he won the player of the year award last season despite his campaign ending prematurely due to a serious injury.

The 33-year-old was expected to be back at Nyewood Lane in the new year after recovering from an operation to mend the Achilles he snapped playing for the Rocks in March.

But he has instead chosen to link up with his former Bognor team-mate Jamie Howell who is attempting to deliver success at Leylands Park after taking over as manager earlier this season.

The Hillians are currently languishing in mid-table in Ryman League division one south, ten points off the play-offs, but Tuck is convinced the future is bright at his new club.

He said: "Burgess Hill are a progressive club and Jamie is a great coach who I have got a lot of respect for so I have no doubt I have made the right decision."

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