WORTHING Football Club assistant manager Jon Meeney was pleased his side signed off their home campaign by showing the brand of football they will be playing next season at Woodside Road.
Rebels wrapped things up at home with a 3-2 victory over relegated Eastbourne Town on Easter Monday.
Meeney dedicated the win to the club’s fans and insisted it was important they finished the season strongly to get people coming back next term.
Despite conceding twice against the league’s basement side, Worthing refused to stop playing football and were rewarded through a Max Howell goal and Alex Parsons double to take the three points.
Meeney said: “At the end of the day, we wanted to finish the season with a positive string of results.
“That was the objective and being the last home fixture, we wanted to give the fans a win.
“First and foremost, it was to get the win for the fans and put on a show and give a good indication of football that people can expect from us next season – to show football the way it should be played and that’s what we are trying to do.
“We want people to come back next season, so it’s important for us to play well and show a good brand of football.
“We have not put the ball in the net when we have needed to at times. We have needed to put the screwdriver in and twist it and put games to bed.”
Rebels end their season away to Leatherhead on Saturday and manager Adam Hinshelwood will be back on the sidelines after missing the last two games owing to coaching commitments with Brighton & Hove Albion in Germany.