Chamal Fenelon returns for Worthing tomorrow buoyed by a successful trial for League Two outfit Port Vale.

The big striker has been invited back to pre-season training with the Valiants after helping them to a 4-1 win against Derby Reserves on Monday.

Fenelon did not score but went close on three occasions and impressed Port Vale boss Micky Adams.

Worthing manager Simon Colbran said: “Cham did well and Micky Adams has invited him back up for pre-season training. He has told him he needs to get himself fit because he needs to be quicker on his feet for that standard but he has done well.”

Fenelon, Ben Williamson and Glen Woodburn all return from injury for the Rebels' game at home to title favourites Croydon Athletic tomorrow when Colbran has a selection dilemma.

Colbran has his whole squad available for the first time this season plus three new players who were snapped up before Wednesday’s transfer deadline.

Striker David Pitt has joined on work experience from Brentford for the rest of the season. The 18-year-old is a pacy frontman who has scored 23 goals for the Bees’ reserves this season.

Defender Ryan Adams has joined from Walton and Hersham while goalkeeper Seb Barton has arrived from Eastbourne Borough as back-up for Alan Mansfield.

Colbran said: “We have seven games in 21 days and we don't have a big squad. I felt we needed to boost the squad with all the games we have coming up.”

The Rebels boss is not placing huge emphasis on tomorrow's opponents. He added: “We are in a dream position from where we thought we would be this season but we must take the bull by the horns now and don't waste the position we have got ourselves into.

“Croydon is a massive game but every game is a massive game for us now and this is no different to if we were playing one of the lower sides.”